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FOR BACHELORS’ DEGREE COURSES IN VARIOUS DISCIPLINES OF ENGINEERING, ARCHITECTURE AND CITY & REGIONAL PLANNING
Information about the University, Facilities, Disciplines, Fields of Study, Teaching, Examination Systems, Course contents,, Rules and Regulations.
MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY JAMSHORO 76062, SINDH PAKISTAN www.muet.edu.pk AND MEHRAN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, KHAIRPURMIRS
1. 1.1 2. 2.1 2.2 2.3 3. 3.1 06 3.1.1 3.2 Teaching Staff of BSRS Department Department of Chemical Engineering 07 08 INTRODUCTION Brief History FIELDS OF STUDY AND TEACHING SYSTEM Fields of Study Teaching System Officers of the University FACULTY OF ENGINEERING Department of Basic Sciences & Related Studies 03 04 05 01
Introduction Brief History
Industrial and technological development in Pakistan has been quite rapid since its independence and particularly during the sixties and seventies. The main fields of development have been related to the enhancement of agriculture, establishment of and up-gradation of industries and exploration of its indigenous resources. This development has resulted in increased demand for qualified engineers in different fields in addition to other professionals. In order to meet this demand and to provide an opportunity of engineering education to the people hailing from the interior of Sindh Province, Sindh University Engineering College was established in 1963 as a constituent college of University of Sindh in Jamshoro about 15 km. from Hyderabad on the right bank of river Indus. The Education Policy of 1972 provided for up-gradation of the Sindh University Engineering College to the level of a University of Engineering and Technology. Accordingly, the college was first declared as an additional campus of the University of Sindh headed by a Pro-Vice-Chancellor in July 1976 and later upgraded to the level of a full fledged independent University on 1st March, 1977 through an ordinance issued by the Government of Sindh. The ordinance was later converted into an Act of the Provincial Assembly of Sindh Province. The new University was named as “Mehran University of Engineering and Technology”. Initially, the Additional Campus as well the Mehran University was established in the City of Nawabshah. However, in 1979, the Act of the University was amended and the seat of the University was retained at Jamshoro, while a constituent College titled ‘ Mehran University College of Engineering and Technology’ was maintained at Nawabshah, to cater for the needs of the engineering education of upper Sindh. The Mehran University College of Engineering and Technology, Nwasbahsh, has also become an independent University in 1996, which has been renamed as ‘Quaid-e-Awam University of Engineering, Sciences and Technology’. Consequently, Mehran University of Engineering and Technology now exists only at Jamshoro, having territorial jurisdiction over the former Hyderabad and Mirpurkahs Divisions of Sindh Province. Nevertheless, seats are still reserved for the candidates coming from other former divisions of Sindh Province. The number of students admitted to the First Year classes of all the under-graduate disciplines is 1022 out of which 976 candidates are admitted from Sindh Province, including Karachi according to a precisely calculated ratio of population and other considerations. 27 applicants are admitted from other parts of Pakistan while 19 seats are reserved for the foreigners. Most of the laboratories and workshops of the teaching departments are properly equipped and practical as well as demonstrational training is imparted to the students wherever applicable. Continuous efforts are ongoing to upgrade these facilities for the practical training and new equipment is acquired for this purpose. Additionally, training to the concerned staff is also organized within the University as well as outside. Every department has been provided adequate number of personal computers and Internet facilities for the training and use of the students as well teaching staff. The postgraduate courses were started in the University in 1978 leading to Master’s Degree, initially, in three branches. At present, courses are offered in the specialized fields of ‘Structural Engineering, Public Health Engineering, Telecommunication and
etc. 5. game rooms. which are located at walking distance from the teaching departments. Civil.).E. Computer Systems Network.. Post-graduate studies and research are organized by various departments as well as the following specialized institutes.1 Fields of Study and Teaching System Fields of Study Mehran University offers courses leading to Bachelors’ degrees in the following disciplines.CRP). i. Information Technology. Institute of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering Institute of Environmental Engineering and Management Institute of Petroleum & Natural Gas Engineering Institute of Information & Communication Technologies Mehran University Institute of Science & Technology Development Directorate of Post-graduate Studies More details about the Post-graduate courses. Manufacturing Engineering. Textile Engineering. 8.Control Engineering. Library and so on. depending upon the quality and quantity of the research/work completed. curricula. Master of Engineering (M.D. Master of Philosophy (M.G.Arch. Architecture Bio-Medical Engineering Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering City & Regional Planning Computer Systems Engineering Electrical Engineering Electronic Engineering . Master of Science (M. B.) or Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. 3. which include medical care. Bachelor of Architecture (B.. 2. dining halls. 2. Irrigation and Drainage Engineering.g. 2. 7.) and Bachelor of City & Regional Planning (B. More details of the facilities available for the students are described in Chapter 5. Transportation Engineering. Some courses are offered full time during the day while others are conducted during the evenings. etc.(Name of a field). transport. reading rooms. The remaining two are nonengineering degrees but in related fields. Chemical Engineering. 4. fees. The names of all the undergraduate disciplines are also given below: 1. The degrees to be awarded may be Post-graduate Diploma (P.E. 6. These hostels are equipped with necessary facilities including bathrooms.S). Hostel facilities are also available for about 1000 students on the campus both male and female. Industrial Engineering & Management.). duration. Environmental Engineering & Management and Geotechnical Engineering. e. games and recreation.D.). All but two Degrees are in a field of Engineering and are titled Bachelor of Engineering…. Phil. Electrical Power Engineering.e. of the Institute concerned.. which may be obtained from the office of the Director. are provided separately in the Prospectus on Post-graduate studies.
In the final year. Similarly. Workshop Practice is also taught to students of many disciplines of engineering. Mining Engineering 14. The duration of a Term is further specified as under: 16 weeks 02 weeks 04 weeks -------------Total: 22 weeks -------------This arrangement of teaching is named as Term System. Electronic & Computer Engineering and Faculty of Architecture and Civil Engineering. Some of these subjects are. Industrial Engineering & Management 11. the students are also required to complete a project of significant duration and work load. etc. After satisfactory completion of the courses in all respects including sessional and laboratory work and passing of all the examinations held by the University from time to Teaching Examination preparation Examinations . 2. Islamic Studies/Ethics. Mechanical Engineering 12. is of five-year duration.2 Teaching System Courses for all the Engineering degrees and B. Petroleum & Natural Gas Engineering 15. In addition to specific subjects related to a given field of study. Environmental Engineering 10. English. Many courses of Applied Mathematics and Statistics are also included in the syllabus. Telecommunication Engineering Teaching is offered in three main faculties. some general subjects are also taught to the students in different terms. Each year is divided into two six-monthly Terms in which five or six subjects are taught and the examinations are held after completion of teaching.CRP are of four-year duration. Hyderabad and Mehran College of Science & Technology. the Faculty of Electrical.Arch.Tech. this is the only college of technology falling within the jurisdiction of Mehran University. since it is considered to be a basic requirement for the engineering education. engineering drawing in various forms is taught to the students of Mechanical.(Pass) & B. At present. which comprises B. the Faculty of Engineering.) courses taught at the Government College of Technology.Tech (Hons. Electronic & Computer Engineering. Electronics and other branches as per their requirements. Metallurgy & Materials Engineering 13. Pakistan Studies.9. A 4th Faculty called Faculty of Science. Technology & Humanities also exists in the University. Civil. Software Engineering 16. Textile Engineering 17. Electrical. which form the basis for many branches of engineering and architecture. while the remaining of B. design/development of a product or a literature survey on an specific topic. which may be original research. Hyderabad. Two Engineering and Two other non-engineering courses are taught under the Faculty of Architecture and Civil Engineering. Out of Fifteen degree courses leading to an engineering degree Seven Engineering degrees are taught in the respective departments under the Faculty of Engineering whereas six engineering courses are taught in the respective departments under the Faculty of Electrical.
Relevant information about all these departments briefly is provided below. Dost Ali Khowaja Architecture and Civil Engineering. Muhammad Aslam Uqaili Prof.No. Faculty of Prof. 2. Faculty of Prof. The Faculty of Engineering comprises Seven teaching departments offering Bachelor’s as well as Postgraduate degrees in the respective branches of the Engineering. Prof. the bachelor’s degree is awarded. Technology & Humanities. 022-2771638 7. 2. Shaikh Prof. Dr. Dean. Abdul Qadeer Khan Rajput Prof. Ghulam Sarwar Kandhir 022-2771169 022-2772285 022-2771311 13. 3. Muhammad Ibrahim Panhwar Science. Dr. Faculty of Engineering Name Prof. Electronic & Computer Engineering. Abdul Rasheed Memon 022-2771558 5. Director Planning & Mr. Dr. 11.P. Gangwani Lachmandas . Ms. 9. Sr. . Dr. 1. 12. Post Vice-Chancellor Pro Vice-chancellor Dean. Dean. Dr. Dr. Mumtaz Ibrahim Munshey Mr. responsible for over all administration.time. 022-2771352 6. The field of study is also specified in the certificate. Registrar Director Finance Controller of Examinations Librarian Resident Auditor Project Director Inchief. Tauha Hussain Ali Mr. Dean. Sootahar Mr. academic activities and development work in the University.3. Examinations are conducted after each Term (every six months). 022-2771371 022-2771442 022-2771631 10. OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY Following are the main Officers of the University. Abdul Karim Baloch Electrical. Ashfaque Ahmed Issani Development FACULTY OF ENGINEERING 022-2771254 3. Faculty of Prof. Muneer A. Dr. 8. Abdul Ghani Pathan Phone 022-2771197 022-2771360 022-2771312 4.
industrial tours to chemical and biochemical industries are organized for the students in order to expose them to real plants working conditions. manufacture. It is a multi-disciplinary field having a significant level of mechanical. bioprocess engineering. operation. The first Batch of 31 students graduated in 1974. environmental and materials problems. workshops & training courses and research on “Waste Management”. electrical. The Bachelor’s degree course has been designed accordingly to train the students in all these fields including the basic subjects such as English. Well-equipped and relevant laboratories have been established in the Department for practical training of the students. the department was shifted to “Sindh University Engineering College” Jamshoero. polymers. Chemistry and more specialized subjects of chemical engineering.K for 3-years. energy & combustion in collaboration with reputable national & international institutions. The Department has number of research groups working in important areas of chemical engineering with national and international collaboration. which carry out national and international research program on water. Syed Wadal Shah was the founder of the Department.) degree. electronic and instrumentation components in addition to process equipment. The Scheme envisaged providing teaching and training facilities at the undergraduate level in the field of Chemical Engineering. Under this program various activities are being carried out that includes the faculty visit to Brunel University. The Chemical Engineering Department also offers a postgraduate course leading either to a Diploma or Master of Engineering (M. Currently.1 DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING The Chemical Engineering Department was established in 1970 in the Institute of Chemistry University of Sindh Jamshoro. and Ph. A chemical engineering has also to deal with bio-chemical. Heat Transfer & Combustion (HTC).d and 9 Masters is available to inculcate the basic knowledge of chemical and biochemical engineering in the students. Prof. BioChemical Engineering (BCE). These includes Waste Treatment and Management (WTM). After one year. . At present 300 students are registered in the degree program of chemical engineering with 80 student intake every year. Chemical Engineering mainly concerns with design. In addition. We have also established Sustainable Development Research Cell (SDRC) in the department. energy and other natural resources. since then the Department of Chemical Engineering has been producing versatile Chemical Engineers of high caliber who are serving various national and multinational organizations in Pakistan & Overseas to the best of their talents and capabilities. The department has also manpower and laboratory facilities to undertake research leading to M. management and maintenance of an industrial plant or a laboratory involving chemical and biochemical processes. conferences. The department also organizes the professional development training courses on Maintenance Management System (MMS) in 2006 and conference on important advances in chemical engineering (1st National Workshop on Food Processing in April 2007). Dr. the later also includes a dissertation based on research or some other kind of study of a problem or task of practical in nature.E. industrial pollution. Water Treatment (WT).D. department runs a BC-HEC linkage program with Brunel University U. degrees. Very good faculty including 3 Ph. The department has also secured few International collaboration program to enhance the standard of higher education. seminars. Currently 06 PhD and 20 ME students are enrolled in postgraduate program & carrying out the research in areas of chemical processing.3.Phil.
Workshop Practice Total 50 50 100 100 100 100 00 500 00 00 00 50 50 00 100 200 50 50 100 150 150 100 100 700 . Masroor Ahmed Abro Syed Muhammad Tarique Nil 5.edu. Chemistry-I 6. Applied Calculus 4. Ph:022-2771642.3. Lecturers: 6. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING.1.E. Inamullah Bhatti (on study leave) Ms. Suhail Ahmed Soomro Ms. Syed Farman Ali Shah Mr. Shaheen Aziz Mr. Abdul Karim Shah Mr. Abdul Khalique Ansari. Imran Nazeer Unar Mr.muet. Khadija Qureshi 2. Manzoor-ul-Haq (on study leave) Mr. Total FIRST YEAR First Term 1. Name of Subject Theory Marks Practical Sub No. Lecturer: COURSE OF STUDIES FOR B. 3.1. Ashfaque Hussain Pirzada Mr. Professor: Associate Professor: Assistant: Professors 4. Islamic Studies/Ethics 2.2 Lab. 022-2771262 email: Chemengmuetpk@yahoo. TEACHING STAFF OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT Following teaching staff is presently working in the department of Chemical Engineering. Pakistan Studies 3. Aziza Aftab (on study leave) Ms.1. Chairman of the Department Prof. Ali (on study leave) Mr.com website: www. 3. Muhammad Shuaib Shaikh Mr. Abdul Rehman Memon (on study leave) Mr. Khan Muhammad Qureshi Mr. Engineering Drawing & Graphics 5. Zeenat M. Basic Chemical Engineering 7.pk Dr. Dr. 1. Abdul Khaliq Ansari Dr.
Functional English 9. Maintenance Engineering Fuels & Combustion Industrial Stoichiometry-II Fluid Mechanics Unit Operations-II Total 100 100 100 100 100 500 00 00 50 50 50 150 100 100 150 150 150 650 100 100 100 100 100 100 600 00 00 50 50 50 50 200 100 100 150 150 150 150 800 100 100 100 100 100 500 00 50 00 50 50 150 100 150 100 150 150 650 100 100 100 100 100 500 00 50 00 50 50 150 100 150 100 150 150 650 Sixth Term 29. Chemical Process Technology-II 17. 25. Differential Equations & Fourier Series 14. Unit Operations-III 33. Chemical Process Technology-I Total SECOND YEAR Third Term 13. Chemical Engineering Thermo-I 16. Complex Variables & Laplace Transforms 20. Chemical Engineering Thermo-II Total THIRD YEAR Fifth Term 24. Industrial Stoichiometry-I 22. 27. Chemical Engg. Chemistry-II Total Fourth Term 19. Basic Electrical Technology 12. Unit Processes 18. Numerical Analysis & Computer Applications 31. Linear Algebra & Analytical Geometry 10. Quality Control Total 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 50 00 50 50 200 150 150 100 150 150 700 .Second Term 8. 26. Introduction to Computers & C ++ Programming 21. Unit Operations-I 23. Material Science 15. Plant Design & Economics 32. Engineering Mechanics 11. 28. Heat Transfer 30.
It especially deals with managerial problems requiring knowledge of fundamental science and engineering practice for their solutions. drawing upon specialized knowledge of physical and social sciences and technology.FINAL YEAR Seventh Term 34. computer aided engineering lab with sophisticated softwares. 43. like. operations research lab. Thus. Department of Industrial Engineering and Management offer the degree course. and equipment. Another important feature of industrial engineering is its flexibility. Industrial engineering is not restricted only to manufacturing activities. 36. material. They work to eliminate waste of time. It includes service sectors. distribution. time and motion Study Lab. money.2 Petro-Chemicals Chemical Engineering Kinetics Nuclear Engineering Industrial Management Thesis/Project Total 100 100 100 100 00 400 50 00 00 00 200 250 150 100 100 100 200 650 DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT Industrial engineering is a rapidly developing and broad professional discipline. 35. installation operation and management of integrated systems of people. 41.The department also launched a postgraduate program since 2004. the scope of industrial engineering is quiet big and certainly not restricted within the boundary of industry (factory). methods of business organization and technology. transportation. etc. 42. 37. They are more concern with increasing productivity through the management of people. The department is equipped with adequate number of laboratories in the field of Quality Control. taking into consideration the technical and professional requirements of the discipline and prospective employer organizations. It deals with design. health-care. This is why many industrial engineers end up being promoted into management positions. Airlines. . banking education. Transport Phenomena Instrumentation & Control Petroleum Refinery Engineering Environmental Engineering Bio-Chemical Engineering Total 100 100 100 100 100 500 00 50 50 50 50 200 100 150 150 150 150 700 Eighth Term 39. waste-management. energy and other commodities. 40. 3. materials. 38. Industrial engineering figures out of how to do things better.
Sonia Irshad Mari Mr. Aijaz Ali Shah Mr. Applied Calculus 100 2. Pakistan Studies 50 4. Muhammad Saad Memon (on contract basis) Mr.uk Dr. Dr. Siraj Ahmed Kalhoro Mr. Professors: 3. Associate Professors: Assistant Professors: 4. Engineering Drawing & Computer 100 Graphics 6. Aitbar Ali Abbasi Mr. Ali Arsalan Siddiqui ( on contract basis) 2. Muhammad Ali Khan Mr. Mukhtiar Ali Korai Mr. Abdul Salam Soomro (on study leave) Mr. Lecturers: 3. Chairman of the Department: Prof. Workshop Practice 00 5.co. Islamic Studies/Ethics 50 3. Murlidhar Nebhwani (on study leave) Mr. S. Muhammad Saleh Jumani (on study leave) Mr. 5. INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT Name of Subject Theory Marks Practical Sub No.E. Hussain Bux Marri Phone: 022-2771247 Email: hussain. Ghulam Yasin Shaikh (on study leave) Mr. Shakeel Ahmed Shaikh (on study leave) Mr. Total FIRST YEAR First Term 1.1 TEACHING STAFF OF INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT ENGINEERING & Following teaching staff is presently working in the department of Industrial Engineering & Management.3. Karim Bux Indhar Ms. 1.marri@yahoo. Abdul Qayoom Lakhiar Mr.2. Riaz Ahmed Sohag Dr.2 COURSES OF STUDIES FOR B. Engineering Management 100 Total 400 00 00 00 100 50 00 150 100 50 50 100 150 100 550 . Hussain Bux Mari Mr.2.
16. Workshop Technology 10.A) Production Planning & Control Basic Operations Research Instrumentation & Control Total 100 100 100 100 100 500 00 50 00 50 50 150 100 150 100 150 150 650 Sixth Term 27. 26. Organizational Behavior Work Study & Methods Engineering Advanced Operations Research Managerial Accounting Production System Design Total 100 100 100 100 100 500 00 50 50 00 00 100 100 150 150 100 100 600 . 15. 14. Engineering Mechanics Total SECOND YEAR Third Term 12. Management Information System Numerical Analysis & Computer Applications (N. 28. Functional English 11. 23. 29. 21. 18. 100 00 100 100 50 100 100 450 50 100 00 50 200 150 150 100 150 650 Fourth Term 17. 30.Second Term Linear Algebra. 20. 31. Differential Equations and Analytical Geometry 8. 19. 24. 13. Basic Business Management 100 Strength of Materials 100 Mechanics of Machines 100 Basic Thermodynamics 100 Introduction to Computer & C++ 100 Programming Total 500 00 50 50 50 50 200 100 150 150 150 150 700 7.A. 25. Fluid Mechanics Engineering Economics Statistical Methods & Estimations Basic Machine Design Materials & Processes Total 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 00 50 50 50 200 150 100 150 150 150 700 THIRD YEAR Fifth Term 22.C. Electrical Technology 9.
as well as advanced mathematical concepts which may include differential equations. partial differential equations. Quality Management Principles of Decision Making Marketing Management Computer Integrated Manufacturing Thesis/Project Total 100 100 100 100 100 500 00 00 50 00 00 50 100 100 150 100 100 550 100 100 100 100 00 400 00 00 00 00 200 200 100 100 100 100 200 600 3. kinematics. modern algebra and differential geometry. industrial equipment. It offers several major subjects of study. Human Factors Engineering 35. 41. This is to ensure a minimum level of competence among graduating engineers and to inspire confidence in the engineering profession as a whole. Heat Transfer. Logistical Management Total Eighth Term 37.3 DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. Industrial Maintenance & Safety 33. thermodynamics and energy. linear algebra. Department of Mechanical Engineering offers the degree course titled “Bachelor of Engineering”. known as mechanical engineers. Manufacturing Strategy 36. Fundamental subjects of mechanical engineering include: * * * * * * * * * * * * Engineering Mechanics Strength of Materials Instrumentation & Control Thermodynamics. Fluid Machinery and Aerodynamics Design of Mechanical systems Manufacturing Technology Engineering Design Mechatronics Computer Aided Design and Drafting Computer Aided Manufacturing Mechanical Vibrations Mechanical engineers are also expected to understand and be able to apply basic concepts of calculus. Refrigeration & Air Conditioning. buildings. aircraft. Human Resources Management 34. Fourier transforms. 40. use these principles and others in the design and analysis of automobiles. 39. 38. bridges. Laplace. Energy Technology. . heating & cooling systems. machinery and more. Mechanical Engineering is a professional engineering discipline that involves the application of principles of maintenance of mechanical systems. It requires a solid understanding of key concepts including mechanics. Practitioners of mechanical engineering.FINAL YEAR Seventh Term 32.
in order to provide more advanced training facilities to the students. and wood working. 1. Mujeeb-u-ddin Memon (On lien) Mr. Solid Edge. Associate Professors: 4. The Workshop has also been facilitated with the latest inclusion of CNC lathe and milling machines. Nazimuddin Shaikh Phone No.D) and Master of Engineering (M.3. Shoukat Ali Memon Mr. though this is not typically mandated by the university. Khanji Harijan Mr. Dr. Rafique Ahmed Nizamani Mr. fitting. Rizwan Ahmed Memon (Under TTS) Mr. MATLAB. Dur Muhammad Pathan Dr. 3. welding.G. Pro-E. The Mechanical Engineering Workshop also includes facilities for training in traditional machining. Muhammad Sharif Jamali Mr.1 TEACHING STAFF OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT Following teaching staff is presently working in the department of Mechanical Engineering. The training is not restricted to the students of Mechanical Engineering only but the students of other disciplines also undergo training in the workshop. Imtiaz Ali Memon 2. Most of the practicals are associated with various design and simulation software such as CATIA. Ghulam Yasin Mughal Mr.The Mechanical Engineering program also requires varying amounts of research and community projects to gain practical problem-solving experience. Abdul Ghafoor Memon Mr. The department also offers evening program of Postgraduate Diploma (P. Fluent. Dr. foundry.E) in Manufacturing Engineering and Energy Systems Engineering. The theory classes of many subjects are being supported by the practical work for which different laboratories are established. Nadir Ali Khowaja Mr. Abdul Fatah Abassi Mr. Ashfaque Ahmed Memon Mr. ADAMS and many more. Muhammad Jurial Sangi Mr. Abdul Samad Memon Mr. Nazimuddin Shaikh Prof. Hassan Ali Khan Durrani Mr. Mechanical engineering students usually carry on one or more internships while studying. Professors: 3. Ansys. Jameel Hussain Kahliqdina Dr. forging. Chairman of the Department Prof. Assistant Professors: . Muhammad Ibrahim Panhwar Prof. 022-2771275 Prof.
Zainul-ul-Abdin Qureshi 3. 022-2771218 Mr.E. Javed Rehman Larik (On Study Leave) Mr. Mujeeb Iqbal Soomro Mr. Differential Equations and Analytical Geometry 9 Engineering Materials 10 Engineering Dynamics 11 Electrical Technology Total Theory 100 100 100 100 100 500 Marks Practical 00 00 00 00 50 50 Total 100 100 100 100 150 550 . Jawaid Daudpota (On Study Leave) Mr. No. Subject No. Muhammad Sarwar Siddiqui Phone No. Workshop Instructors: 3. Abdul Razaque Sahito Mr. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING FIRST YEAR First Term S. Pir Jawed Ahmed Sarhandi Mr. Jamaluddin Vinjhar 2. Abdul Qadir Jamali Mr.3. TEACHING STAFF OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING WORKSHOP Workshop Superintendent: Mr. Ameer Ali Memon Mr. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Subject Islamic Studies/Ethics Pakistan Studies Applied Calculus Engineering Drawing & Graphics Engineering Statics Workshop Practice Total Theory 50 50 100 100 100 00 400 Marks Practical 00 00 00 50 50 100 200 Total 50 50 100 150 150 100 600 Second Term S. Qadir Bux Jamali Mr.3 COURSES OF STUDIES FOR B.2 1. Senior Workshop Instructors: 3. 7 Functional English 8 Linear Algebra.5. Tanweer Hussain Phulpoto (On Study Leave) Mr. Zeeshan Ali Memon ( On Study Leave) Mr.3. Jamil Ahmed Mangi Mr. Lecturers: Mr.
No. 27 28 29 30 31 32 Subject Instrumentation & Control Environmental Engineering Statistical Methods & Estimations Lubrication & Friction Machine Design & Computer Aided Design-I Industrial Economics & Management Total Theory 100 100 100 100 100 100 600 Marks Practical 50 50 00 00 50 00 150 Total 150 150 100 100 150 100 750 .SECOND YEAR Third Term S. 22 23 24 25 26 Subject Numerical Analysis & Computer Applications Automobile Engineering Energy Technology Manufacturing Technology-I Fluid Mechanics-II Total Theory 100 100 100 50 100 450 Marks Practical 50 50 00 100 50 250 Total 150 150 100 150 150 700 Theory 100 100 100 100 100 500 Marks Practical 50 50 50 50 50 250 Total 150 150 150 150 150 750 Sixth Term S. 12 13 14 15 16 Subject Complex Variables & Transforms Strength of Materials-I Mechanics of Machines-I Thermodynamics-I Basic Electronics Total Theory 100 100 100 100 100 500 Marks Practical 00 50 00 50 50 150 Total 100 150 100 150 150 650 Fourth Term S. Subject No. 17 Introduction to Computers & C++ Programming 18 Strength of Materials-II 19 Thermodynamics-II 20 Fluid Mechanics-I 21 Mechanics of Machines-II Total THIRD YEAR Fifth Term S. No. No.
science of engineering materials and advanced materials form the basis for the degree course. 38 39 40 41 42 Subject Mechanical Vibrations Manufacturing Technology-II Maintenance Engineering Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Project/Thesis Total Theory 100 100 100 100 00 400 Marks Practical 50 50 00 50 200 350 Total 150 150 100 150 200 750 3. chemical processing. metallography. heat treatment. agriculture. Adequate laboratory facilities are also available in the field of materials testing. corrosion resistance and reliability for almost all the industries including transport. A seminar hallcum-library has also been established in the department to provide in house reference material for the faculty members and students. Metallurgy and Materials Engineering has played a crucial role in the development of human civilization beginning with bronze-age some 3000 years ago when tools and weapons were mostly produced from the metals and alloys. power generation and so on. The subjects mineral dressing. textiles. polymers.4 DEPARTMENT OF METALLURGY & MATERIALS ENGINEERING Metallurgy and Materials Engineering is the science and technology of producing. 33 34 35 36 37 Subject Aerodynamics Heat Transfer Mechatronics Machine Design & Computer Aided Design-II Project Management Total Theory 100 100 100 100 100 500 Marks Practical 50 50 50 50 00 200 Total 150 150 150 150 100 700 Eighth Term S. heat treatment processes. The students have also to complete a project and dissertation in the final year involving . consists Internet. casting. other related subjects are also included in the course to make it versatile and integratable with other fields of engineering. A computer Pentium-III P. manufacturing technology. No. processing and giving proper shape to metals and alloys and other Engineering Materials having desired properties through economically viable process. This science has matured over millennia and still plays crucial role by supplying materials having suitable mechanical properties. plastics. In Pakistan the progress of metallurgical industries has picked up since the establishment of Pakistan Steel Mills and other allied industries. composites.C. fabrication and welding. No. Now a day the discipline of Metallurgy and Materials Engineering also encompasses other engineering materials such as ceramics. construction. lab. iron and steel making technology. The Department of Metallurgy and Materials Engineering offers a four-year degree course titled Bachelor of Engineering in Metallurgy & Materials. However.FINAL YEAR Seventh Term S. electrical. electronics and magnetic materials. physical metallurgy. E-mail and various application software facilities are present for students.
Facilities and launching Ph. Ashfaque Ahmed Essani Dr. cost Rs. Nisar Ahmed Memon Mr. Sultan Ali Memon Mr. Mr. 4. Dr. A student chapter has been established in the Department in affiliation with Association of Iron Steel USA.research/special studies to give them more comprehensive experience of practical work and report writing. Muhammad Ishaque Abro Syed Khalid Mehmood Shah Mr.D) and Master of Engineering (M. Muhammad Moazam Baloch Dr.) in Material Sciences and Technology which at present is a part time evening program.D research program in the field of Metallurgy and Materials Engineering. Lecturers: . 3. Main objective of the students chapter is to bridge the gap between University and Industries and to enhance the technical knowledge to the students by organizing various seminars and Industrial visits.1 TEACHING STAFF OF METALLURGY & MATERIALS ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT Following teaching staff is presently working in the department of Metallurgy & Materials Engineering. 3. Waseem Akhtar 5. 40 million for strengthening the existing lab. Muhammad Moazam Baloch Phone: 022-2771425 Dr. Chairman of the Department: Professor: Associate Professor: Assistant Professors: Prof. The Department also offers Postgraduate Diploma (P. 1. Sikandar Ali Memon Mr.E. Riaz Ahmed Memon Mr. The Department has prepared PC-I approx. Muhammad Hayat Jokhio 2.4.G.
Applied Chemistry 5. Metallurgical Thermodynamics & 100 Kinetics 17. Pakistan Studies 6. Applied Calculus 2. Mineral Dressing 100 15. Functional English 9.3. Fuel. Physical Metallurgy 21. Differential Equations and Analytical Geometry 10. Engineering Drawing & Graphics 11.4. Iron Making Technology 20. Science of Engineering Materials Total 00 50 50 50 00 150 100 150 150 150 100 650 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 50 50 50 00 200 150 150 150 150 100 700 . Mechanics of Materials 100 Total 500 Fourth Term 18.E. Name of Subject Theory FIRST YEAR Marks Practical Total First Term 1. Applied Electricity & Electronics 12. Refrectories & Furnaces 100 14. Introduction to Computer Systems 3. Introduction to Engineering Materials 4. Workshop Practice Total Second Term 8.2 COURSES OF STUDIES FOR B. Foundry Engineering 19. Islamic Studies/Ethics 7. Environmental Engineering 100 16. Non Ferrous Extractive Metallurgy 22. Applied Physics Total 100 100 100 100 50 50 00 500 100 100 00 50 00 50 00 00 100 200 00 00 100 150 100 150 50 50 100 700 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 50 50 150 150 150 150 650 SECOND YEAR Third Term 13. Linear Algebra. METALLURGY & MATERIALS ENGINEERING Sub No.
Powder Metallurgy Total Eighth Term 38. 27. 29. 32. Foundry Engineering & Practice Computer Application in Materials Engineering. 41. 39. Mining is an umbrella field that involves many of the other engineering disciplines as applied to extraction the processing minerals from a naturally occurring environment. 26. Statistical Methods & Estimations Inspection & Testing of Materials Welding & other Joining Processes Industrial Economics & Management Instrumentation & Control Total 100 100 100 100 100 500 00 50 50 00 50 150 100 150 150 100 150 650 FINAL YEAR Seventh Term 33.THIRD YEAR Fifth Term 23.5 DEPARTMENT OF MINING ENGINEERING Mineral sector always play a pivotal role for industrial development and economic growth of nations. The demand for minerals of all kinds is higher today than ever before. Manufacturing Technology 37. Advanced Materials Engineering Fracture Mechanics Project/Thesis Total 100 100 100 100 00 400 50 50 00 50 200 350 150 150 100 150 200 750 100 100 100 100 100 500 00 50 50 50 50 200 100 150 150 150 150 700 3. 40. Nuclear Metallurgy & Materials Steel Making Technology Heat Treatment & Phase Transformation 36. and it continues to increase as the nations of the world strive to improve their standards of living. 30. Numerical Analysis & Computer Programming Engineering Ceramics & Glasses Polymeric Materials Vacuum Metallurgy Corrosion & Protection Total 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 50 50 00 50 200 150 150 150 100 150 700 Sixth Term 28. 42. 24. The responsibility of the mining engineer is to apply knowledge of pertinent scientific . 35. 34. 31. 25.
theory, engineering fundamentals, and improved technology to exploit the natural resources productively and economically. Moreover, the integral part of a Mining Engineer’s job is to estimate the natural resources, planning and development of underground and open pit mines of metallic and non-metallic minerals such as Copper, Iron, Coal, China-clay, Granites, etc. Modern mining engineering is not only with the production and processing of mineral commodities, but also with the mitigation of damage or change to an environment as a result of that production and processing. Engineering disciplines closely related to mining engineering are; Civil engineering, Environmental engineering, Geotechnical engineering, Hydraulic engineering and Electrical engineering. COURSE The undergraduate course was started in 1981 to meet the need for qualified engineers in the field and to participate in the enormous task of exploitation of natural resources. The ultimate goal of the undergraduate studies at Mining Engineering Department is to provide graduates with the skills, academic experience, and education necessary to prepare them to excel as professionals on the highly diverse industries of mining and underground construction. Accordingly, the four-year course leading to the degree of “Bachelor of Engineering in Mining” is offered. The curricula are updated to meet the requirements of Mining Industry. The subjects offered in the course includes; Computer Application to Mining Industry, Mineralogy and Petrology, Underground and Surface Mine Design, Drilling Technology, Explosive Engineering, Mineral Processing, Coal Technology, Cement Technology, Mine Rescue & Safety, and Mine Management. PRACTICAL FACILITIES Laboratories at mining engineering department are well-equipped to support the class lectures. These laboratories include machinery for rock mechanics and minerals processing, mine ventilation, coal preparation, and surveying. A computer laboratory is established for the use of Students as well as the faculty members. Significant liaison with the Mining industry has also been developed. The students are sent for field visits as well as for internship in order to expose them to the practical situation. SCOPE Pakistan is blessed with huge reserves of indigenous coal with 193 billion tons of coal mainly concentrated in Thar region in Sindh province. Thar coal project will be the first mega project of its kind in Pakistan to generate electricity from indigenous vast coal resources for couple of centuries. This project will not only meet the shortage of electricity in the country, but thousands of jobs for engineers, technologists and of other categories including skilled and semi-skilled workers will be created. The graduates of this department are employed in various public sector including Directorate of Mineral Development, Government of Sindh; Directorate of Sindh, Coal Authority; Government of Sindh; Lakhra Coal Development Company; Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC); Pakistan Mineral Development Corporation (PMDC); Pakistan Steel Mill (Limestone and Dolomite Quarries), Oil and Gas Development Corporation ltd (OGDCL); Saindak Copper-Gold project and many other private organizations for instance Coal mines, Cement factories, Limestone, Marble and Granite quarries, Geotechnical projects (Tunnels, highways, underground structures etc).
RESEARCH The Department of Mining Engineering is actively engaged in various research projects of national importance related to different areas of Mining Industry. Moreover, the Department has developed academic and research linkages with foreign universities such as University of Nottingham, UK University of Leoben, Austria in order to improve the quality of education, research, and faculty development. 3.5.1 TEACHING STAFF OF MINING ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
Following teaching staff is presently working in the department of Mining Engineering. 1. Chairman of the Department: Prof. Dr. Mohammad Ali Shah Phone: 022-2771391 022-2772260-73 Ext. 4600 Fax 022-2771327 Dr. Abdul Ghani Pathan Dr. Mohammad Ali Shah Mr. Pervez Ahmed Pathan
Associate Professor: Assistant Professors:
Mr. Ahsan Ali Memon Mr. Muhammad Hashim Rind Mr. Muhammad Yakoob Behan Mr. Saeed Ahmed Memon Mr. Sikandar Ali Channa Mr. Safiullah Memon Mr. Munawar Ali Pinjaro Mr. Fahad Irfan Siddiqui
COURSES OF STUDIES FOR B.E. MINING ENGINEERING Name of Subject Theory Marks Practical
FIRST YEAR First Term 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Applied Calculus Pakistan Studies Islamic Studies/Ethics Engineering Drawing Workshop Practice Mining Engineering Fundamentals Total 100 50 50 100 00 100 400 00 00 00 50 100 50 200 100 50 50 150 100 150 600
Second Term 7. 8. Functional English Linear Algebra & Geometry 9. Applied Chemistry 10. Electrical Technology 11. Engineering Mechanics Total SECOND YEAR Third Term 12. Differential Equations & Fourier 100 Series 13. Survying 100 14. General Geology 100 15. Applied Thermodynamics 100 16. Strength of Materials 100 Total 500 Fourth Term 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. Mine Surveying Fluid Mechanics Mineralogy & Petrology Mineral Processing-I Coal Technology Total 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 50 50 50 50 250 150 150 150 150 150 750 00 50 50 50 50 200 100 150 150 150 150 700 100 Analytical 100 100 100 100 500 00 00 50 50 50 150 100 100 150 150 150 650
THIRD YEAR Fifth Term 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. Numerical Analysis & Computer Programming Mineral Processing-II Structural Geology Rock Mechanics Utilization of Industrial Minerals Total 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 50 50 50 50 250 150 150 150 150 150 750
Sixth Term 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. Statistical Methods & Estimations Principles of Explosive Engineering Mining Laws Mine Ventilation Mine Management 100 100 100 100 100 00 50 00 50 00 100 150 100 150 100
33. It is anticipated that the course would attract more professionals working in different textile industries from the country. 41. providing qualified graduates. 35. In order to produce quality product of Pakistan. It is worth mentioning here that currently five faculty members of our department are on study leave for Ph.. Industry personnel of various industries throughout Pakistan joined authorized Rieter training courses on Rieter spinning machines installed in the laboratories of the department. related with various segments of Textile Engineering supplemented with various management and allied engineering courses. Strata Control Mineral Exploration Technique and Mine Economics Mine Water & Dewatering Design Planning & Design of Underground Mines Drilling Technology Total 500 100 600 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 00 00 00 50 100 150 100 100 100 150 600 Eighth Term 37. As a matter of fact. the . the department was the second textile institute built in Pakistan at that time after NCTE Faisalabad. The course covers a combination of Theory and Practical subjects. 34.D in Textiles. Computer Application to Mining Industry Mine Rescue & Safety Surface Mine Design & Practice Cement Technology Project/Thesis Total 100 100 100 100 00 400 50 50 50 00 200 350 150 150 150 100 200 750 3. and they are expected to re-join the department as soon as they complete their studies. From the start the department was offering Four Years full time Bachelor of Engineering program. The department has already started the M. 39. Textile Engineering Department is also a source center for technical human resources and consultants. full time evening program and about 25 students are enrolled in first two batches. those will contribute towards the development and modernization of Textile Industry of the country.6 DEPARTMENT OF TEXTILE ENGINEERING The department of Textile Engineering was established in 1993 with the aim to provide education at par with international standards. 40. course in Textile Engineering.Total FINAL YEAR Seventh Term 32.E. 38. This department has also been an approved training center of Rieter Switzerland of Pakistan. 36.
Fabric Manufacturing. To develop new laboratories such as: Knitting Laboratory Garment Laboratory. It is very important of our country to produce engineers with adequate knowledge of manufacturing and processing of natural and synthetic fibers so that they can design processes and plan industries for quality production accordingly. Yarn Manufacturing As yarn is the raw material of fabric. That will offer specialized degree and increased research activities. 4. It indicates that we must have qualified personnel who can study the problems of yarn manufacturing and solve them through technical know how and available resources. 2. To make the grey cloth useable and valuable it needs to be passed through various chemical and mechanical processes. We have to produce engineers of fabric with references to Pre-treatment.D scholars are registered in this department. Dyeing. 5. Future plans: * * To upgrade existing facility. Printing. Wet-processing/Value addition to Fabric It is distinguished to every one that the world market can be captured and more profit can be earned by introducing the value added textiles into market. Textile Testing and Quality Control Quality of textile products may be maintained through its evaluation. * To get accreditation by various international textile organizations such as: Textile Institute Manchester UK Society of Dyers & Colorists Bradford UK and Society of Textiles America To switch the department to school of excellence has various departments such as Yarn Manufacturing. Fiber Manufacturing Pakistan is one of the largest cotton (Natural Fibre) growing country in the world and prominent countries that have got petroleum reservoirs and the main source of synthetic fibers is by-product of petroleum. Currently two Ph. it is necessary to have knowledge of quality standards and testing instruments used for textile .laboratories are used to provide testing and consultancy services to the local industry. and Finishing of fabric produce value added product. 3. therefore the major factor for the quantity and quality of the fabric depends on the quality of yarns and its manufacturing processes. For this reason. must be converted into fabric and for fabric manufacturing we need highly qualified engineers who can compete and produce world class fabric on cheapest rates as well as they can design fabric manufacturing machines by utilizing their theoretical and engineering knowledge. Wet-processing and Knitting and Garment department. Fabric Manufacturing The yarns produced from Yarn Manufacturing process. Major Areas of Studies and their importance: 1. For this we have modern machinery of Yarn Manufacturing available in our laboratory.
Iftikhar Ali Sahito Ms.testing. Lecturers: 3. Noorullah Soomro (on study leave) Mr. Shahid Hussain Jalbani Ms. Our graduate Engineers must have appropriate knowledge of operating these textile testing instruments. Mr. Sub No. Zeeshan Khatri Ms. Mazhar Hussain Peerzada (on study leave) Mr. Sidra Saleemi Mr. Alvira Ayoub Arbab Ms. and solved the problems of industries. Sadaf Aftab Abbasi Mr. Islamic Studies/Ethics 5.6. Engineering Drawing Computer Graphics 6. 4. Uzma Sayed (on study leave) Ms. Farooq Ahmed Mr. Shamshad Ali Mr.2 COURSES OF STUDIES FOR B. Pakistan Studies 4.1 TEACHING STAFF OF TEXTILE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT Following teaching staff is presently working in the Department of Textile Engineering. Rabia Almas Arain 5. Raja Fahad Qureshi Mr. Anwaruddin Tanwari Phone: 022-2771565 Dr. Anwaruddin Tanwari - 2. Sanam Irum Memon Mr. Calculus 3.6. 3. Workshop Practice Total 100 50 50 50 & 100 00 350 50 00 00 00 50 100 200 150 50 50 50 150 100 550 . Raj Kumar Khiani Mr. TEXTILE ENGINEERING. Applied Chemistry 2. Samander Ali Malik Ms. 3. 1. Abdul Wahab Jatoi Mr. Awais Khatri (on study leave) Mr.E. Name of Subject Theory Marks Practical Total FIRST YEAR First Term 1. Chairman of the Department: Professor: Associate Professor: Assistant Professors: Dr.
8. 28. 29. 26. 11. 14. 21. Textile Marketing Yarn Manufacturing-III Fabric Manufacturing-II Dye Stuff Chemistry Air-conditioning in Textile Industry Statistical Methods Total 50 100 100 100 50 50 450 00 50 50 50 50 00 200 50 150 150 150 100 50 650 . 25. Applied Thermodynamics 100 Total 550 SECOND YEAR Third Term 13. 19. 16. 23. 15. 9. Introduction to Computers & C++ 100 programming Total 500 Fourth Term 18. 27. 20.Second Term 7. Yarn Manufacturing-I 100 Fiber Science 100 Textile Mechanics-I 100 Industrial Engineering & 100 Management 17. 22. 10. Yarn Manufacturing-II Fabric Manufacturing-I Synthetic Fiber Manufacturing Textile Pre-treatment Textile Machine Design Numerical Methods Total 100 100 100 100 100 50 550 50 50 00 50 50 00 200 150 150 100 150 150 50 750 50 50 50 00 50 200 150 150 150 100 150 700 00 50 50 00 00 50 150 100 150 150 100 50 150 700 THIRD YEAR Fifth Term 24. Functional English 100 Electrical Engineering 100 Electronic Engineering 100 Textile Raw Material 100 Differential Equation & Laplace 50 Transform 12.
the department was up-graded to the status of Institute of Petroleum & Natural Gas Engineering in 1996. a separate department of Fuel Engineering was established in 1983. later. Petroleum Engineering has gained considerable importance due to the vital role in the economy of the country. 35. Textile Mechanics-II Dyeing & Printing Fabric Design and Structure Automation & Control Engineering Communication Skills Production Management Total 100 100 100 100 50 50 500 50 50 50 50 00 00 200 150 150 150 150 50 50 700 FINAL YEAR Seventh Term 36. 33. research and development activities have gathered momentum during recent years. 40. . Therefore.Sixth Term 30. 38. is very rich in oil and gas reserves. 34. especially the province of Sindh. 39. 42. on the recommendation of Accreditation Committee of the University Grants Commission now HEC. 32. In line with this progress. 45. the Department of Fuel Engineering was renamed as Department of Petroleum & Gas Engineering. Textile Testing and Control-II Environmental Engineering Textile Finishing Textile Project Planning Project/Thesis Total Quality 100 100 100 100 00 400 50 00 50 00 200 300 150 100 150 100 200 700 3. 43. 37. 31. The purpose was to promote advance learning. Textile Testing and Quality Control-I Yarn Manufacturing-IV Colour Physics Fabric Manufacturing-III Maintenance Engineering Total 100 100 100 100 50 450 50 50 50 50 50 250 150 150 150 150 100 700 Eighth Term 41. 44.7 INSTITUTE OF PETROLEUM & NATURAL GAS ENGINEERING Introduction Considering the fact that Pakistan. encourage postgraduate studies and research in petroleum engineering to meet the need for qualified manpower nationally and internationally.
Internship The Institute also arranges summer vacation internship to final year students with the coordination of oil and gas exploration and production companies. The University has signed an agreement with Pakistan Petroleum Ltd to establish a PPL Chair in the Institute of Petroleum & Natural Gas Engineering. processing. 4300) Fax No. Students are facilitated with a computer laboratory with latest computers. Associate . Director of the Institute: Dr. Linkage with National/Int’l Organizations A Student Chapter of Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) International “Mehran Student Chapter” was also established at this Institute in 1998. 1. 3. The project is usually designed and completed in collaboration with petroleum Industry. In the final year the students are assigned to work on a project related to the field operations. participation in technical conferences.pk Prof. The purpose of establishing such a Chair was to promote scientific research activities and higher learning in the field of Petroleum Engineering including laboratory research work. Additional subjects such as geology. drilling techniques. Well-equipped laboratories have been established to cover the practical aspect of the reservoir analysis. Hafeez-ur-Rahman Memon Ms. where can work on their projects. gas engineering.edu. 022-2772453 Email: hafeez. production techniques. seminars and sessions. refinery process and drilling fluid properties. The chapter also helps the Institute to liaison with all the major national and multinational companies in the oil and gas sector in Pakistan.7. seminars. computer applications & programming. storage and economics of oil and natural gas. Sikandar Ali Arbani Dr. field trips. Regular visits of oil and gas field for up-todate practical knowledge is the key feature of the program. distribution. The purpose to establish the Chapter was to help the students in up-date their relevant knowledge by organizing technical short courses. Phone: 022-2771241. mathematics are also included in the courses. Hafeez-ur-Rahman Memon. Zulekha Soomro 2. Professors: 3. 772250-73 (Ext. short courses and to maintain the quality of undergraduate and postgraduate programs of the Institute in line with the international email@example.com TEACHING STAFF OF INSTITUTE OF PETROLEUM & NATURAL GAS ENGINEERING Following teaching staff is presently working in the Institute of Petroleum & Natural Gas Engineering. This internship enhances the knowledge of students on day-to-day field operation and working environment of the petroleum industry. transmission. workshops. assignments and access to the Internet facilities.Courses The curriculum includes courses in reservoir analysis.
Assistant Professors: Dr. Islamic Studies/Ethics 4. Linear Algebra & Analytical Geometry 11. Fluid Mechanics 15.7. Functional English 10. PETROLEUM & NATURAL GAS ENGINEERING Sub No. Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics 16. Abdul Qadir Shaikh Mr. Allah Dino Samoon Mr. Engineering Drawing & Graphics 9. Muhammad Hanif Sahto Mr. Workshop Practice 2. Lecturers: 3. Abdul Haque Tunio Mr. Khalil Rehman Memon Mr. Shahzad Ali Baladi Mr. Petrophysics 14. Differential Equations & Fourier Series 13. Applied Geology 8. Applied Physics Total SECOND YEAR Third Term 12. Fundamentals of Petroleum Engineering 6. Aftab Ahmed Mahesar Mr. Applied Chemistry Total Second Term 7.2 COURSES OF STUDIES FOR B. Naeem Ahmed Bhatti Mr. Stratigraphy & Structural Geology 00 50 50 100 100 100 400 100 100 100 100 100 500 100 00 00 00 50 00 150 50 50 00 00 50 150 100 50 50 100 150 100 550 150 150 100 100 150 650 100 100 100 100 100 00 00 50 50 50 100 100 150 150 150 . Mukhtiar Ali Talpur 5. Applied Calculus 5. Pakistan Studies 3. Irfan Ali Memon Mr.Professors: 4.E. Muhammad Khan Memon Mr. Name of Subject Theory Marks Practical Total FIRST YEAR First Term 1. Naveed Ahmed Ghirano Mr.
Drilling Engineering-I 20. 33. 31. 24. 39. 41. Introduction to Computers & C++ programming Total THIRD YEAR Fifth Term 22. 40. Gas Reservoir Engineering Reservoir Engineering-II Production Engineering-I Numerical Analysis & Computer Application Petroleum Refinery & Petrochemicals Total 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 50 50 00 50 200 150 150 150 100 150 700 FINAL YEAR Seventh Term 32. 25. 35. Petroleum Geology & Exploration 18. 30. Properties of Reservoir Fluids 19. 28.Total Fourth Term 17. 26. Natural Gas Engineering Instrumentation & Control Well Testing Instrumentation & Control Project Planning & Management Total 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 50 50 50 00 200 150 150 150 150 100 700 Eighth Term 37. Complex Variables & Laplace Transform 21. 29. 36. Environment & Safety Management Petroleum Economics Principles of Enhanced Oil Recovery Principles of Reservoir Simulation Project/Thesis Total 100 100 100 100 00 400 00 00 50 50 200 300 100 100 150 150 200 700 . 34. 23. Drilling Engineering-II Applied Statistics Corrosion Engineering Reservoir Engineering-I Well Logging & Interpretation Total 500 100 100 100 100 100 500 150 50 50 50 00 50 200 650 150 150 150 100 150 700 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 00 00 50 50 150 150 100 100 150 150 650 Sixth Term 27. 38.
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
The University has established a new Faculty called Faculty of Electrical, Electronic & Computer Engineering. The Faculty comprises of five teaching departments viz. Department of Electrical Engineering, Department of Electronic & Bio-Medical Engineering, Department of Telecommunication Engineering, Department of Computer Systems Engineering and Department of Software Engineering. These Departments offer Bachelor’s as well as Postgraduate degrees in the respective branches of the Engineering. The Department of Electronic & Bio-Medical Engineering, Department of Telecommunication Engineering, Department of Computer Systems Engineering and the Department of Software Engineering fall under the umbrella of Institute of Information & Communication Technologies. Relevant information about all these departments is briefly provided as under. 4.1 DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
Electrical Engineering is concerned with the study and application of electricity, electronics and electromagnetism, dealing with the large-scale electrical systems such as power generation transmission, controlled distribution and utilization. The Department of electrical engineering is one of the oldest and prestigious departments of the university supported with highly qualified faculty and modern laboratories namely: * * * * * * * * Applied electricity Power electronics and control Electrical Machines Equipment and training Instrumentation and measurement Power Systems Calibration and energy conservation Computer centre
These labs serve not only undergraduates and postgraduate students but they also provide services to the public and private sectors like training, equipment testing calibration and consultancy services. Besides normal academic activities, the department’s faculty and students are involved in research and development activities in collaboration with industries. The department has 27 full-time faculty members. Several faculty members have won prestigious awards for their teaching and research work. Our undergraduate and postgraduate students are drawn from across the country as well as from abroad. Degrees are conferred to the undergraduate students on successful completion of a four year degree program. Postgraduate students receive M.E. degree after successful completion of 18-month Postgraduate Diploma program and research work. Currently, 500 undergraduate, 67 postgraduate and 04 Ph.D students are enrolled in the department. The undergraduate program emphasizes teaching electrical engineering fundamentals and applications as well as advanced engineering studies, enabling young graduates to work
in industry or pursue higher education with great confidence. Our graduate engineers are given top priority in the public and private sectors. 4.1.1 TEACHING STAFF OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
Following teaching staff is presently working in the department of Electrical Engineering. 1. Chairman of the Department Professors: Mr. Mushtaque Ahmed Mirani Ph:022-2771351 Prof. Agha Zafarullah Pathan (retired on contract) Dr. Muhammad Aslam Uqaili Mr. Mushtaque Ahmed Mirani Mr. Badar-ul-Haque Baloch, Dr. Abdul Sattar Larik Mr. Anwar Ahmed Memon Mr. Zubair Ahmed Memon (on study leave) Mr. Ashfaque Ahmed Hashmani (on study leave) Mr. Noor Nabi Shaikh Mr. Ali Asghar Memon (on study leave) Dr. Asif Ali Shah Dr. Mukhtiar A. Mahar Mr. Anwar Ali Sahito Mr. Muhammad Rashid Memon Mr. Aijaz Ahmed Rajper Mr. Abdul Jabbar Memon Mr. Amir Mahmood Soomro Ms. Mokhi Maan Siddiqui Mr. Faheemullah Shaikh Mr. Farooque Ahmed Bijarani Mr. Shah Murad Tunio Mr. Mansoor Ahmed Soomro Mr. Abdul Latif Samoon Mr. Mahesh Kumar Rathi Mr. Abdul Hakeem Memon Mr. Pervez Hameed Shaikh
COURSES OF STUDIES FOR B.E. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Name of Subject Theory Marks Practical
FIRST YEAR First Term 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Functional English 100 Applied Calculus 100 Computer Applications & E- 100 Learning Workshop Practice 00 Electrical Engineering-I 100 Total 400 00 00 50 100 50 200 100 100 150 100 150 600
Second Term 6. 7. 8. Islamic Studies/Ethics Pakistan Studies Linear Algebra and Analytical Geometry 9. Applied Mechanics 10. Basic Civil Engineering 11. Electrical Engineering-II Total SECOND YEAR Third Term 12. Applied Thermodynamics 13. Differential Equations and Fourier series 14. Electronic Devices & Circuits 15. Computer Aided Drawing 16. Linear Circuits Analysis Total Fourth Term 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. Applied Electronics Theory of EMF D.C Machines Statistics & Probability Complex Variables Transforms Total 100 100 100 100 and 100 500 50 00 50 00 00 100 150 100 150 100 100 600 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 00 50 50 50 200 150 100 150 150 150 700 50 50 100 100 100 100 500 00 00 00 50 50 50 150 50 50 100 150 150 150 650
2 INFORMATION In order to contribute its share in all the fields of Information Technology. 38. 24. attract the manpower from the country in general and all-over Sindh in particular. 25. 23. Power System Control Power Electronics Power System Protection High Voltage Engineering Thesis/Project Total INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGIES. 29. 30. 28. The Institute consists of following Degree Programs of Under-graduate and Post-graduate studies: . 31. train on the stateof-the-art-technology and provide opportunity to serve the country. 35. 40. 33.C Machines Communication Systems Instrumentation & Measurements Electrical Power Transmission Network Analysis Total 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 00 50 50 00 150 150 100 150 150 100 650 Sixth Term 27. 26.THIRD YEAR Fifth Term 22. A. 34. the Institute of Information Technology has been established at the University. 41. 39. Machine Design Equipment Training Power Generation Systems Digital Electronics & Fuzzy logic Numerical Analysis & Computer Applications Feedback Control Systems Total 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 00 50 00 50 150 150 100 150 100 150 650 FINAL YEAR Seventh Term 32. 36 Power System Analysis Electrical Power Distribution & Utilization Advance Machines & Drives Power Economics & Management Microprocessor Systems Total 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 50 50 00 50 200 150 150 150 100 150 700 Eighth Term 37. 100 100 100 100 00 400 50 50 50 50 200 400 & 150 150 150 150 200 800 COMMUNICATION 4.
therefore.23(m) is about to complete.2. including diagnostic and therapeutic equipment. It is destined to grow even further. This has been achieved by training students at two universities as such collaboration between Mehran University of Engineering and Technology and Liaquat Medical University of Medical & Health Sciences was established. Telecom & Control Engineering 4. Telecommunication Engineering Postgraduate Programs (M. Software Engineering 5. The world market for all biomedical devices. tested. It is an interdisciplinary and applied branch of electronic engineering. The modern hospital is now the centre of a technologically sophisticated healthcare system. Electronic Engineering 4. Electrical Power Engineering 4.E.) 1. Computer Systems Engineering 3. installed. designed. Information Technology 3. is to produce Biomedical Engineers of international standards. modify to control biological systems. In practice. Higher Education Commission approved an amount of Rs. Engineering professionals have become intimately involved in many aspects of medicine. $100 billion/year. and the discipline of "Biomedical Engineering" has become firmly established as an integration between two disciplines of Medicine and Electronic Engineering. and this requires technologically articulate staff. The objective of this program. operated.) 1. .1 DEPARTMENT OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING Mehran University of Engineering and Technology has got the privilege to establish the Biomedical Engineering Department for the first time in the history of all Public sector universities of Pakistan. maintained and improved. Biomedical Engineering uses engineering principles to understand. which also requires a working knowledge such as physiology. All these modern aids to healthcare have to be conceived. 31. it also involves everything from equipment for diagnosis and patient monitoring through implants such as pacemakers. Communication Systems & Networks 2.E. anatomy and biological sciences.8 (m) for establishing Biomedical Engineering Laboratories in the department. Bio-Medical Engineering 2. manufactured.Undergraduate Programs (B. Biomedical Engineers will be of increasing importance to this growth. Under this scheme state-of-the art Biomedical Engineering Laboratories have been established in the department which were inaugurated by Governor Sindh on 7th March 2007. The construction of fully independent state-of-art building of Biomedical Engineering Department at the cost of 36. especially in areas that have aging populations. Technological innovation in the field of medicine and health care is accelerating at enormous pace. artificial joints and limbs to the computer simulation of biological functions.
Biomedical Electronic. Applied Physics.The field of Biomedical Engineering encompasses the knowledge of electronic circuits & devices and their biomedical applications. there is huge job market of Biomedical Engineers in Middle East. which helps them to entrance their capabilities as young design engineers. Flame Photometer. including. such as Mobile X-Ray. and Hematology Analyzer. The students also undertake a project during their final year. Biomedical Instrumentation-I&II. Also. Biomedical Control Systems. Water Distiller. Professional Practices. Recently. . Telemedicine Systems. USA and Canada. Computer Programming. Water Bath. Disaster Management Systems. Economics Healthcare Management. Advanced Instrumentation. Biochemistry Analyzer. Physiology-I&II. Circuit Analysis. Biophysics. Introduction to Computers. To offer consultancy services in relatively sophisticated new technologies of Biomedical Engineering. Modeling & Simulation. Excellent course work and practical exposure provide sufficient job opportunities to our graduates in both public and private sector organizations national & multinational companies. Bio-Signals Processing. Few of there are listed below: Biomedical Engineering Laboratory-I & II Electronics Engineering Laboratory Telecommunication Engineering Laboratory Control Engineering Laboratory Digital Electronics & Microprocessors Laboratory Advanced Computer Laboratory Advanced Telecommunication & Telematics Laboratory Interactive Cyber & Networking Laboratory Project Laboratory/PC Repair Shop EDA Tools Laboratory These laboratories are well equipped with latest equipment ranging from basic electronic devices. Europe. Biomaterials & Design. To produce high quality biomedical professionals and skilled manpower for R&D organizations and research institution in various specialized and emerging areas. Biochemistry. Objectives: To produce 50 quality graduates in Biomedical Engineers. Microscope. Biomedical Engineering Department under the Institute of Information & Communication Technologies has launched Master of Engineering in Telemedicine and e-Health Systems. The courses taught are regularly updated to keep abreast of new knowledge and development. Anesthesia Machine. Defibrillator Machine. Neurosciences & Networks. Signals & Systems. Electrotherapy. Medical Imaging. simulators and trainers to more Advanced Biomedical Trainers. Power Electronics. Human Anatomy. Ventilator. Digital & Logic Design. The department is also equipped with state-of-the-art laboratories. Incubator. Prosthetics & Artificial Organs. The students learn variety of subjects in diverse fields. Applied Calculus. Microprocessor & Interfacing.
Saleh Memon (Institute of Chemistry. Shugafta Qureshi (LUMHS) Dr.1. Shaikh (on study leave) 6. Career Prospects: As a Graduate in Biomedical Engineering. To develop strategy for increasing Tele-treatment in the country. Mohsin A. Badaruddja Khan (LUMHS) . To offer various programs of higher studies for up gradation of faculty members.2. You will also be able to secure a progressive career in a variety of sectors: Biomedical Engineer in all big Hospitals Medical support manufacture Medical systems development Research within academia/hospitals/product suppliers Government health service Clinical engineering Rehabilitation engineering Non-medical industrial specialists in device design & manufacture Development of new diagnostic instrumentation Analysis of medical device hazards & safety Design of telemetry systems for patient monitoring Healthcare Information System 4. of Sindh) Dr. Asadullah Pali (LUMHS) Dr.1 1. To offer Master of Engineering in Telemedicine & e-Health. 5. Narinder P. Mr. Bhawani Shankar Chowdhry Phone: 022-2771334 Dr. Chowdhry Mr. To offer research facilities in the field of Bioinformatics & Telemedicine. TEACHING STAFF OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT Chairman of the Department: Professor: Associate Professor: Assistant Professors: Visiting Professors: Dr. Univ. you will find an increasing range of job opportunities in the hospital service. Bhawani Shankar Chowdhry - 3. Pardeep Kumar (LUMHS) Dr. 4. Dr.
18500/Rs. The saving seats may be filled up vice-versa. Physiology-I 08.2.E. Basic Biology 04. Noman Khan Mr. Tuition fee (Per Year) Enrolment fee (once) Marks Certificate verification fee Transport charges (per year) Total: Rs. Biophysics Total Marks Practical Theory Total 100 100 100 100 100 500 100 100 100 100 100 500 00 50 50 50 50 200 00 50 50 50 50 200 100 150 150 150 150 700 100 150 150 150 150 700 . Applied Calculus 07. 1800/Rs.00. c. Salman Afridi Mr. 4. Human Anatomy 10. Local Candidates Foreign candidates 50 seats 40 seats 10 seats Admission fee of Rs. Computer Programming 09. Basic Electrical Engineering 03. Introduction to Computers 05.2. d. Syed Amjad Ali Shah Mr. 4. Lecturers: Dr. Applied Physics Total Second Term 06. Total Seats (a) (b) 2.7. Madeeha Channa (On Contract Basis) The Seats and Fees Structure of the Scheme are as under: 1.000/. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING Sub Name of Subject No. 400/Rs. Najma Baloch Mr. Syed Faisal Ali Ms. Functional English 02. 300/Rs.1. 2. Muhammad Arif (on study leave) Mr. Muhammad Aamir Panhwar Ms. Other Fee Chargeable: a. Rabia Chandio Mr. 21000/- 3. COURSE OF STUDIES FOR B.from local candidate and US $ 4500 from Foreign candidate for full course at the time of submission of admission form. b. FIRST YEAR First Term 01.
Project/Thesis Total 100 100 100 100 100 500 100 100 50 100 100 450 00 50 50 50 50 200 50 00 00 50 50 150 100 150 150 150 150 700 150 100 50 150 150 600 100 100 100 100 100 50 550 50 100 50 100 100 50 450 50 50 00 50 50 00 200 00 50 00 50 50 100 250 150 150 100 150 150 50 750 50 150 50 150 150 150 700 100 50 100 100 100 450 100 100 100 100 00 400 00 00 50 50 50 150 50 00 00 00 200 250 100 50 150 150 150 600 150 100 100 100 200 650 . Physiology-II 14. Pakistan Studies 19. Islamic Studies/Ethics Total Sixth Term 27. Skills 30. Electronic Circuit Design 17. Prosthetics & Artificial Organs 41. Biomaterials & Design 36. Social Sciences-I 28. Digital Logic Design Total THIRD YEAR Fifth Term 21. Probability & Statistics 24. Medical Imaging Total Eight Term 38. Biomedical Control Systems 32. Biomedical Instrumentation-II 31. Advanced Biomedical Instrumentation 40. Economics & Healthcare Management 34. Biochemistry 13. Biomechanics 20. Biomedical Instrumentation-I 26. Modeling & Simulation Total FINAL YEAR Seventh Term 33. Microprocessor & Interfacing 25. Professional Practices 42. Bio-Signal Processing Technical Report Writing & Presentation 29. Biomedical Electronics 15. Neurosciences & Networks 39. Power Electronics 23. Differential Equations & Fourier Series 12. Telemedicine Systems 37. Signals & Systems 22. Social Sciences-II 35.SECOND YEAR Third Term 11. Circuit Analysis Total Fourth Term 16. Linear Algebra & Numerical Methods 18.
TEACHING STAFF OF COMPUTER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT Following teaching staff is presently working in the department of Computer Systems Engineering. Artificial Intelligence. M. M. Ph. Multimedia and Visual Designer Studio Lab. Advance Software Engineering & Research Lab. Networking Lab Microprocessor Applications and Robotics Lab Digital Image Processing Lab. Chairman of the Department: Professors: Dr. Software Engineering) * * * Following state-of-the-art laboratories are available for the students where hands-on experience is provided. Mukhtiar Ali Unar Ph: (+92-022-2772278.2 DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING Computer Systems Engineering is a discipline concerned with the design. The discipline covers all aspects of Computer Hardware. This discipline combines both Computer Science and Electronic Engineering. 1. (Information Technology) under the Directorate of the Institute of Information and Communication Technologies. (Computer Systems Engineering) M.E. (Digital Image Processing. Manzoor Ahmed Hashmani (Foreign Professor) 2.2. The Department offers following devgrees at undergraduate and postgraduate level: * * B.E.E. (Software Engineering) under the Directorate of the Institute of Information and Communication Technologies.2. analysis and application of Computers. 2772250-66 Ext. Networking. . Mukhtiar Ali Unar Dr. (Communication Systems and Networks) under the Directorate of the Institute of Information and Communication Technologies. Data Management and Internet Lab. 4. The Department of Computer Systems Engineering of Mehran University of Engineering and Technology Jamshoro is a well recognized engineering program that has been producing quality engineers since 1984.2.4. Software Development Lab.D.1 Computing Lab. These laboratories provide high speed internet services in centralized environment. (4201) Dr.E. Software and their integration.
2. Lecturers: 4. M. Salman Ahmed Shaikh (on study leave Japan) Ms. Saadia Iftikhar Soomro (on study leave U. Adnan Ashraf Arain (on study leave) Mr. Basic Electrical Engineering 3. Sanam Narejo Mr.K) Mr. Sammer Zai Ms. Sheeraz Memon (on study leave Australia) Mr. Electronic Engineering 4. Irfan Ali Bacho 4. Arbab Ali Samejo Mr. Naveed Ahmed Jaffari Mr.K) Ms. Bushra Naz Ms. (Computer Systems Engineering) Sub No. Name of Subject Theory Marks Practical Total FIRST YEAR First Term 1. Tariq Jamil Saifullah Khanzada (on study leave Germany) Ms. Rizwan Badar Ms. Manzoor Hussain Unar (on study leave England) Mr. Ahsan Ansari Mr./K) Mr. Hemat Kumar (on study leave U. Shahnawaz Talpur Mr. Computer Programming 2. Liaquat Ali Thebo Mr.E.K) Mr. Javed Ali Baloch (on study leave U. Zartasha Baloch Mr. Sana Hoor (on study leave U. Samia Aijaz Ms. Hamna Rajput Ms.K) Mr.3.2 COURSES OF STUDIES FOR B. 5. Noor-u-Zaman (on study leave U. Muhammad Shaban Jokhio (on study leave) Mr. Associate Professors: Assistant Professors: Mr. Applied Calculus 5. Muhammad Zahid Shaikh Mr. Muhammad Moazzam Jawaid Mr. Jawad-ul-Hassan Mr.2. Functional English Total 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 50 50 00 00 150 150 150 150 100 100 650 .
Islamic Studies/Ethics Total SECOND YEAR Third Term 12. 13. Computer Architecture and Design Concepts 20. 15. Analogue and Digital Signal Processing 26. Operating Systems Design Concepts 23. Engineering Economics and Management 19. Applied Numerical Computation 18. Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis 9. Statistical Methods and Estimation Total 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 50 50 50 00 200 150 150 150 150 100 700 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 00 00 50 00 100 150 100 100 150 100 600 . Laplace Transform and Discrete Mathematics Total THIRD YEAR Fifth Term 22. Linear Algebra & Analytical Geometry 10.Second Term 6. Management Information Systems 25. Object Oriented Paradigm 100 Electronic Circuits 100 Database Concepts 100 Digital Logic and Design 100 Differential Equations and Fourier 100 Series Total 500 50 50 50 50 00 200 150 150 150 150 100 700 50 100 100 100 50 50 450 100 50 50 00 00 00 200 150 150 150 100 50 50 650 Fourth Term 17. Visual Programming 21. 16. Microprocessors and Microcontrollers 24. Pakistan Studies 11. Electrical Circuits 8. Computer Aided Engineering Drawing 7. 14.
30. in the existing applications of engineering as well as in the emergence of new applications. 35.Sixth Term 27. Today. devices. To harness the full potential of electronic engineering developments and further advance the state of electronic technology. Microprocessor Interfacing and Applications 40. . Web Engineering Communication Systems Database Management Systems Automatic Control Systems Project Management Total 100 100 100 100 50 450 50 50 50 50 00 200 150 150 150 150 50 650 FINAL YEAR Seventh Term 32. It is in great demand in both developed and developing nations. Data Warehousing Software Engineering Compiler Construction Computer Communication Networking 36. Multimedia Systems 41. Thesis/Project Total 4. The existing and potential uses and applications of Electronics are multitudinous. with higher levels of integration. 34. Indeed it is difficult to point to any industrial or commercial area which may not eventually be affected by this technology. 33. Artificial Intelligence 39. 31. and circuits have been leading to rapid advances.2. along with emergence of new species. Electronic Engineering artifacts play major role in the evolution of mankind and culture. The advent of Microprocessor Technology has probably made Electronic Engineering the examplary technology of this century. the Electronic Engineering profession and the education of engineers are challenged by the rapidly changing nature of those engineering systems which determine what is meant by ‘modern technology’.3 100 100 100 100 00 400 50 50 50 50 200 400 150 150 150 150 200 800 100 100 100 and 100 100 500 50 50 50 50 50 250 150 150 150 150 10 750 DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING Electronic Engineering is an increasingly important engineering discipline that significantly affects the other disciplines of engineering. it is important to have strong programmes to educate and train individuals in this key discipline of engineering. Continual advances in electronic engineering in the areas of materials. 28. 29. processes. Digital Image Processing Total Eighth Term 37. Mobile and Wireless Communication 38.
Automation and Robotics.The Department of Electronic Engineering offers degrees at undergraduate and postgraduate level equally.E. M. The department is also equipped with state-of-the-art laboratories such as: Electronics Engineering Laboratory Telecommunication Engineering Laboratory Control Engineering Laboratory Biomedical Engineering Laboratory-I & II Digital Electronics & Microprocessors Laboratory Advanced Computer Laboratory Advanced Telecommunication & Telematics Laboratory Interactive Cyber & Networking Laboratory Top Quality Centralized Instrumentation Laboratory-I & II Project Laboratory/PC Repair Shop EDA Tools Laboratory . The programmes offered provide technical manpower for the development and production of the Electronic Engineering in the country to provide qualified human resources as engineers and technology experts to develop indigenous capability of planning. The field of Electronic Engineering encompasses the knowledge of electronic circuits & devices and their applications.E. Laser & Fiber Optics.E. Instrumentation & Control. (Electronic System Engineering) under the umbrella of Institute of Information & Communication Technologies. Wired & Wireless Communications. designing and executing various projects in Electronic Engineering. Artificial Neural Networks. It fulfills the more acute need of the development of the country by producing more qualified Engineers at undergraduate & postgraduate levels. Integrated Electronics. The students learn variety of subjects of diverse fields including. Microwave Engineering. Telecommunication System Design & Applications.E. which helps them to enhance their capabilities as young design engineers. Embedded System. (Information Technology) under the umbrella of Institute of Information & Communication Technologies. (Electronic Engineering) M. Electromagnetic Waves & Radiating System. Signal Processing. (Communication Systems & Networks) under the umbrella of Institute of Information & Communication Technologies. The courses taught are regularly updated to keep abreast of new knowledge and development. Microprocessors & Interfacing. M. The students also undertake a project during their final year. Optoelectronics. Computer Communication & Networking. It offers: B. Industrial Electronics. Sequential Circuit Design. Analog & Digital Communication.
PCB Designing & Fabrication & Advanced Simulation Softwares. This department has recently established Mentor Graphics Electronic Design Automation (EDA) Laboratory and it has become the only EDA Mentor Graphics Authorized Training Partner (ATP) in Sindh Province. simulators and trainers to more advanced telecommunications trainers. The Electronic Department has recently introduced the new course like “FPGA Based System Design”. This department has good number of faculty professionals to handle these tools. To provide the trainings in the areas of Instrumentation. This department’s two senior faculty members got training in EDA Tools Specialization from Mentor Graphics Singapore. This department has arranged two days workshop on EDA Tools in collaboration with authorized dealers (RASTEK Technologies). such as Microwave & Antenna trainers. Frequent visits to industries are also organized by the department to acquaint students with practical environment. On behalf of our quality work and intention towards developing industrial interaction a “Top Quality Centralized Instrumentation Center (TQCIC)” has been established in our department. Thus becoming leading institute in the province to conduct such workshop first time. national & multinational companies. provide ample job opportunities to our graduates in both public and private sector organizations. PID Controllers. Excellent course work and due practical experience. The department has played major role in sending undergraduate and postgraduate students abroad (Europe and USA) on scholarships and short visits on Erasmus Mundus Program and US Fulbright Program. To provide the cost effective Hi-Tech solutions & modernize the existing Instrumentation in our industry & educational institutions. The aims & objectives of TQCIC are as follows: To develop interaction between industries and the university. In addition to that. To design & develop instruments with cost effectiveness. PLCs. To provide consultancy in the areas of Industrial Automation & Control. Specifically internship program is launched in collaboration with local industry during summer break for third year and final year students. USA and Canada. To provide the services & solutions in Industrial Electronics equipments. There is a huge job market of Electronic Engineers in Middle East. students are also encouraged to participate in Seminars. “Embedded System Design and VLSI Design” courses at Bachelor as well as Master level. Europe. Communication & Electronics. Conferences and .These laboratories are well equipped with latest equipment ranging from basic electronic devices.
such as IEEEP student seminar.1 TEACHING STAFF OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT Following teaching staff is presently working in the Department of Electronic Engineering. Bhawani Shankar Chowdhry Phone: 022-2771334 Dr.Software Competitions. Yasmeen Naz Panhwar Mr. Lecturers: .3. Chairman of the Department: Professor: Dr. Wajiha Shah Mr. Ghulam Mustafa Shah Mr. - 3. Khan Software at national level software competition held annually on and around campus. Khalil-ur-Rehman Dayo Dr. Farzana Rauf Abro Mr. Kamran Kazi Ms.D. Imtiaz Hussain Kalwar(On Study Leave) Ms. Arbab Nighat Mr. Khuhed Memon Mr. Dr. Qurban Ali Memon Mr. Tufail Ahmed Waseer Ms. 1. A. Irfan Ahmed Halepoto Ms. 4. Farida Memon Mr. Abdul Sattar Ansari Ms. Makhdoom. Hina Zehra (On Contract Basis) Mr. Associate Professor: Assistant Professors: 5. The department has centrally air-conditioned seminar library named after the late Professor M. Shakila Memon Mr.Q. Wanod Kumar (On Study Leave) Mr. Tayab Din Memon (On Study Leave) Mr. \4. Abdul Karim Baloch Dr. Mehboob Khuwaja Ms.2. Kehkashan Asma Memon Ms. Attiya Baqai Mr. S. Harish Kumar (On Contract Basis) 6. Bhawani Shankar Chowdhry. Saba Baloch Ms.
Differential Equations & Fourier Series 14. Complex Variables & Transforms 19. Functional English 02. Microprocessor & Interfacing Techniques 24. Linear Algebra & Analytical Geometry 08. Signals & Systems 23. Electrical Circuits 11.2. Measurements & Instrumentation Total Fourth Term 18. Basic Electronics 10. Electronics Workshop Total Second Term 07. Computer Aided Engineering Design 09.3. Applied Calculus 03. Power Electronics Total 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 50 50 50 50 250 150 150 150 150 150 750 .E. Integrated Electronics Total Theory Marks Practical Total 100 100 100 100 50 00 450 100 50 100 100 50 50 450 00 00 50 50 00 50 150 00 50 50 50 00 00 150 100 100 150 150 50 50 600 100 100 150 150 50 50 600 100 100 100 100 50 450 100 100 100 100 100 500 00 50 00 50 100 200 00 50 50 50 50 200 100 150 100 150 150 650 100 150 150 150 150 700 THIRD YEAR Fifth Term 22. Engineering Management 16. Amplifiers & Oscillators 15. Feedback Control System 26. Pakistan Studies 12. Professional Ethics 06. Electrical Machines 20. Computer Programming 04. Electromagnetic Fields & Radiating System 22. Digital Electronics 17. Numerical Methods 25.4.2 COURSE OF STUDIES FOR B. Sequential Circuit Design 21. Islamic Studies/Ethics Total SECOND YEAR Third Term 13. FIRST YEAR First Term 01. Basic Electrical Engineering 05. ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING Sub Name of Subject No.
Telecommunication Systems & Applications 36. 1. The program provides students with an in depth understanding of software engineering with IT dependent enterprises. where students are trained to meet the future needs of the technology. 6. Computational Linguistic and Interactive e-Learning Laboratory Visual Informatics and Image processing Laboratory Data Warehousing and Management Laboratory 3-D Modeling and Visualization Laboratory Software Quality Assurance and Testing Laboratory Software Research and Development Laboratory Paralle Programming and Cluster Computing Laboratory . 7. Project/Thesis Total 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 50 50 00 50 200 150 150 150 100 150 700 100 100 100 100 50 450 100 100 100 100 00 400 50 50 50 50 00 200 50 50 50 50 200 400 150 150 150 150 50 650 150 150 150 150 200 800 5450 Grand Total 4.Sixth Term 27. this discipline addresses the key aspects of modern software engineering through integrated courses. Technical Report Writing & Presentation Skills Total Eighth Term 37. Analog & Digital Communication 28. magazine and research journals are available. Computer Communication & Networking 33. Neural Networks & Fuzzy Logic 40. Digital Instrumentation Systems 30.4 DEPARTMENT OF SOFTWARE ENGINEERING The Department offers undergraduate program leading to bachelor’s degree in “Software Engineering”. Laser & Fiber Optics 41. student develop capabilities in principles. 2. 4. Automation & Robotics 39. FPGA-Based System Design Total FINAL YEAR Seventh Term 32. Digital Signal Processing 34. The courses are designed according to the current and future needs of software industry. Modern Control Systems 29. 5. Department is also supported by an updated section in Central Library where latest edition of books. Embedded Systems Design 35. 3. Probability & Random Signals 31. The Course layout is revised to combat the needs of emerging markets of professional software engineers at national and international levels. Microwave Engineering 38.2. To meet the latest trends in Software and hardware technology department has the following state-of-the-art laboratories.
) Mr. Tahseen Hafiz 2. Lecturers: .) Mr.K) Mr. Nasarullah Memon (on lien) Mr. Areej Fatemah Ms.4.2. Laboratories maintains high standards through latest hardware and software support. Mr.K. Grid Research and Storage Management Laboratory Data Centre has been established in the department of support the future needs of high end processing and storage. Salahuddin Sadar Mr. Samita Bai Ms. Naeem Ahmed (on study leave Italy) Mr. Saira Saleem (on study leave Germany) Ms.K) Ms. Anza Qureshi (on study leave U. 4. Faisal Karim (on study leave Germany) Mr. Data warehousing environment has been established with the support of NCR Corp. Shahzad Nizamani (on study leave U. Isma Farah Siddiqui Mr. Sania Bhatti (on study leave U. Din Muhammad Sangrasi Ms. Moomal 5. Imran Ali Jokhio (on study leave U. Muhammad Akram Shaikh Mr. Chairman of the Department: Professor: Associate Professor: Assistant Professors: Prof. Asif Sangrasi (on study leave U. Qasim Ali Arain Ms. 1.) Mr. 4. 3. Amirita Ms.K.K. Tahseen Hafiz (0300 9371015) Dr. Mohsin Ali (on study leave Japan) Ms.1 TEACHING STAFF DEPARTMENT OF SOFTWARE ENGINEERING Following teaching staff is presently working in the department of Software Engineering. Anoud Ms.8.
2. 5.E.4. 3. Computer Aided Engineering Drawing 8. 6. E-Marketing and Management Management Information Systems Database Fundamentals Digital Computer & Logic Design Differential Equations and Fourier Series Total 50 100 100 100 100 450 100 50 50 00 50 250 150 150 150 100 150 700 100 100 100 100 100 500 00 50 50 50 00 150 100 150 150 150 100 650 . Computer Programming Basic Electrical Engineering Applied Calculus Functional English Pakistan Studies Islamic Studies/Ethics Total 100 100 100 100 50 50 500 50 50 00 00 00 00 100 150 150 100 100 50 50 600 Second Term 7. Name of Subject Theory Marks Practical Total FIRST YEAR First Term 1.4. Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis 10. 15. Internet Programming and Management Total SECOND YEAR Third Term 12.2. 4. 16. Linear Algebra & Analytical Geometry 11. (Software Engineering) Sub No.2 COURSES OF STUDIES FOR B. 14. 13. Electronic Engineering 9.
35. Object Oriented Programming Operating Systems Concepts Operation Research Microprocessor Technologies Laplace Transforms & Discrete Mathematics Total 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 50 00 50 00 150 150 150 100 150 100 650 THIRD YEAR Fifth Term 22. 21. 34. Software Project Management 30. Software Requirement Engineering 26. Digital Communication 24.Fourth Term 17. Theory of Automata & Formal Methods 31. Software Auditing Total FINAL YEAR Seventh Term 33. 37. Computer Architecture 23. 19. Statistical Methods and Estimations Total Sixth Term 27. 36. Visual Programming Concepts 29. 18. Computer Networks & Management 28. 20. Database Management & Administration 25. Numerical Methods 32. Artificial Intelligence Software Design and Architecture Human Computer Interaction Data Warehousing & Mining Interactive Multimedia Systems & Graphics Total 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 50 50 50 50 250 150 150 150 150 150 750 100 100 100 100 100 500 00 50 50 50 00 150 100 150 150 150 100 650 100 100 100 100 100 50 550 50 50 50 00 00 00 150 150 150 150 100 100 50 700 .
Chairman of the Department: Professor: Dr. design and management systematically. .2. Phone: 022-2772277 Dr. there is great scope and demand for telecom engineers. To produce graduates having in-depth disciplinary knowledge. innovation and creativity to formulate and solve problems through scientific and intuitive methods. 3. 39. (Communication Systems and Networks and Ph. Distributed Computing Web Technologies Computer Vision Software Testing & Assurance 42. To ensure effectiveness in producing graduates of high quality and value to telecommunication industry. analysts. To groom individuals with research and analytical abiligties. Aftab Ahmed Memon.5. 41. Keeping in view the tremendous growth of telecom sector. 4.2. To train students for exciting and successful careers as system designers and developers.D The objectives of offering these programs are: 1. while working effectively in a multidisciplinary and multicultural environment. Thesis/Project Total 4. in year 2000 MUET launched the following degree program to produce graduates exclusively in Telecommunication Engineering: B.Eighth Term 38.E. To produce professionals who adopt an approach of engineering analysis. 40. engineering managers. 4.1 TEACHING STAFF OF ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT TELECOMMUNICATION Following teaching staff is presently working in the Department of Telecommunication Engineering. necessary skills. 2. Aftab Ahmed Memon 2. To produce graduates with an understanding of responsibilities as professional engineers with full commitment to the professional ethics. 1. Therefore.E.5 100 100 100 Quality 100 00 400 50 50 50 50 200 400 150 150 150 150 200 800 DEPARTMENT OF TELECOMMUNICATION EINGINEERING The Department: Mehran University of Engineering and Technology has got the privilege to establish the Telecommunication Engineering Department for the first time in the history of all Public and Private sector universities of Pakistan. (Telecommunication) M. 6. 5. experts and solution providers. educators and researchers.
Faheem Aziz Umrani Mr. Basic Electrical Engineering 5. 5. Pakistan Studies 11. Islamic Studies/Ethics Total Marks Marks Theory Practical Total 100 100 100 100 50 450 00 00 50 50 00 100 100 100 150 150 50 550 100 100 00 100 50 50 400 50 50 50 00 00 00 150 150 150 50 100 50 50 550 . Shanzah Shaikh Mr. Naveed Ahmed Umrani Mr. Faisal Shaikh (on study leave) Mr. Manorma Rathi 4. Abdul Waheed Umrani Dr.2 COURSE OF STUDIES FOR B.2. Applied Calculus 3. Mohsin Ali Shah Ms. Ahsan Ahmed Ursani Dr. Linear Algebra & Analytical Geometry 10. Functional English 2. Professional Ethics Total Marks Second Term 6. Imran Ali Qureshi Dr. Data Structure and Algorithms 8.3. Riaz Ahmed Soomro Mr. Saima Hafeez Mr.E. Lecturers: 4. Zulfiqar Ali Arain Mr. Kapil Kumar (on study leave) Mr. Basic Electronics 7. Introduction to Simulation Tools 9. FIRST YEAR First Term 1. Tarique Jamil (on study leave) Mr. Wajiha Shah Dr. Introduction to Computing 4. Associate Professors: Assistant Professors: Dr. Hitesh Kumar (on study leave) Mr. Ayaz Ahmed Shaikh (on study leave) Mr. Zafi Sherhan Shah Ms.5. Sajjad Ali Memon Mr. Asif Shah Mr. Nasrullah Pirzada Ms. Hyder Bux Mangrio Mr. TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING Sub Name of Subject No.
Linear Integrated Circuits & Filters 21. Amplifiers & Oscillators 15. Opto-Electronics 30. Project/Thesis Total Marks 100 100 100 100 100 500 100 100 100 100 100 500 00 50 50 50 00 150 00 50 00 50 50 150 100 150 150 150 100 650 100 150 100 150 150 650 100 100 100 100 400 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 50 50 50 200 50 50 00 00 50 150 150 150 150 150 600 150 150 100 100 150 650 100 100 100 100 100 500 100 100 100 100 00 400 50 50 00 50 50 200 50 50 50 50 200 400 150 150 100 150 150 700 150 150 150 150 200 800 . Signals & Systems 24. Computer Communication & Networking 27. Microprocessor & Interfacing Techniques Total Marks THIRD YEAR Fifth Term 22. Digital Signal Processing 28. Analog & Digital Communication Total Marks Sixth Term 26. Numerical Analysis & Computer Applications 25. Engineering Economics & Management Total Marks Fourth Term 17. Radar System Engineering Total Marks FINAL YEAR Seventh Term 31. Electromagnetics 20. Differential Equations & Fourier Series 13.SECOND YEAR Third Term 12. Spread Spectrum Communications 32. Sequential Circuit Design 19. Principles of Telecommunication Traffic Engineering 35. Complex Variables & Transforms 18. Mobile Network Planning 40. Microwave Engineering 38. Broadband Digital Networks 37. Digital Electronics 16.. Fiber Optic Communication Systems 39. Electrical Circuits 14. Transmission & Switching Systems Total Marks Eighth Term 36. Probability & Stochastic Processes 29. Electromagnetic Waves & Radiating Systems 23. Satellite Communications 33. Wireless Communications 34.
Arch. townships and cities. Thus. drawings and a project report. Model Making.) (B. design and drawing of plans and specifications of various buildings.Phil) (Ph. . built environment and landscaping. is awarded to the students after they have fulfilled all the requirements for the degree including passing of all examinations and tests for the practical work. aesthetics. Photographics. Surveying and Environment and Materials Lab. Computer Graphics. usability.EE) (M. in which they are expected to prepare designs. The degree of B. This Faculty was renamed as Faculty of Architecture. The Department of Architecture offers a full-time five-year course leading to the degree of “Bachelor of Architecture (B. some subjects concerning the basic Architectural design including Computer Aided Design (CAD) and socioeconomic design are also included in the curriculum. The syllabus of the subjects is designed in such a way to acquaint the students with basic planning.2009.8. The Department of City & Regional Planning was established in 1992 to take-care of various planning aspects of land.Arch.D) The complexity of modern buildings calls for the effective combination of skill and talent in the best interests of Architecture & Environment.5.)”. The Faculty presently comprises of four teaching departments and one Centre of Excellence. The Department of Architecture was established earlier in 1980 to discriminate knowledge about architectural aspects of building. FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE AND CIVIL ENGINEERING The Faculty of Architecture & Planning was started in Mehran University of Engineering and Technology in 1986. the number of laboratories have been established in the department.Arch. optimization between expenditure and facilities and environmental friendliness. postgraduate studies and research leading to the following degrees: Bachelor of Architecture Bachelor of City & Regional Planning Bachelor of Civil Engineering Bachelor of Environmental Engineering Master of Philosophy Doctor of Philosophy 5. During the 5th and Final Year the students are also given a project/dissertation mostly for a building. frequent field visits are organized for the students to keep them abreast with the latest design and architectural practices in the country. Studies in Architecture are related to design and construction of houses and other building types keeping in view the appearance. comfort. A seminar hall and seminar Library have also been established to conduct the seminars and reference facilities in the department. The Faculty has been further renamed as Faculty of Architecture and Civil Engineering on 6. This faculty offers undergraduate. At the same time. Teachings through lectures in the class rooms are adequately supported by studios and laboratory work. which include.1 DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE (B. The Department of Architecture offers a comprehensive curriculum in a modern field that encompasses City Planning includes environmental consideration for both urban and sub-urban settings. Planning.Civil) (B. environment and new developments such as colonies. In addition. Arts & Design in 2004.CRP) (B.
Total FIRST YEAR First Term 1. Visual Communication 4.5. COURSES OF STUDIES FOR BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE Name of Subject Theory Marks Practical Sub No. Muhammad Hashim Jokhio Mr. Abdul Rehman Halepoto Mr. Irfan Ahmed Memon Ms. Basic Design-I 5. Surveying Total 50 50 50 50 100 100 400 100 00 100 100 00 100 400 00 00 150 100 00 00 250 00 100 00 00 100 50 250 50 50 200 150 100 100 650 100 100 100 100 100 150 650 . Functional English 8. Afaq Hyder Chohan (on study leave Malaysia) Ms. Basic Design-II 9. Shahnila Ansari Mr. Abdul Salam Talpur. Model Making 12. Nadeemullah Khan Mr.1 TEACHING STAFF OF ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT Following teaching staff is presently working in the Department of Architecture. Mr. Sabeen Qureshi 5. Ms. Naheed Rohail Mr. Khalida Baloch Ms. 1. Firdous Parveen Soomro. History of Art & Architecture-I 10. Farida Mugheri Mr.2 Ms. Pakistan Studies 2.1. Physical Environment 6. 3. Islamic Studies/Ethics 3. Building Materials 11. Lecturers: 5.1. Statics Total Second Term 7. Naeem Irfan 2. Raheela Leghari Mr. Abdul Waheed Memon Ms. 4. Naeem Irfan Phone: 022-2772293 Mr. Chairman of the Department: Professor: Associate Professor: Assistant Professors: Mr. Moazam Ali Pathan Mr. Muhammad Afzal Brohi Mr.
21. 22. Urban Planning & Design-II 44. Building Economics Total FOURTH YEAR Seventh Term 35. Architectural Design-V 36. History of Art & Architecture-II 16. Architectural Design-IV 31. 24. Building Construction-II 27. Working Drawings & Details-II 38. Strength of Materials-I Total Fourth Term 19. Physical Environmental Studies-II 29. Computer Aided Design-I 18. Building Services-II Total Sixth Term 30. Physical Environmental Studies-I 15. Urban Planning & Design-I 39. Architectural Design-III 26. Working Drawings & Details-III 43. Structure in Architecture-II Total 50 100 100 100 100 450 50 100 50 100 100 400 150 00 50 00 00 200 150 00 100 50 00 300 200 100 150 100 100 650 200 100 150 150 100 700 50 100 50 100 100 400 50 100 00 100 100 350 150 50 100 50 00 350 150 50 150 50 00 400 200 150 150 150 100 750 200 150 150 150 100 750 . Landscape Design 37. Structure in Architecture-I Total Eighth Term 40. Concrete Design 34. Structural Analysis 28. Architectural Design-VI 41. 20. Muslim Architecture 32. Interior Design 42. Working Drawings & Details-I 33.SECOND YEAR Third Term 13. Architectural Design-II Building Services-I History of Art & Architecture-III Building Construction-I Computer Aided Design-II Theory of Structures Total 50 100 100 50 50 100 450 150 00 00 00 50 00 200 200 100 100 50 100 100 650 50 100 100 100 50 100 500 150 00 00 00 50 00 200 200 100 100 100 100 100 700 THIRD YEAR Fifth Term 25. Sociology 17. 23. Architectural Design-I 14.
and regions. the Town Planning Department. social and economic aspects of housing. traffic and transportation. etc. infrastructure. . The curriculum is designed in such a way that it involves a wide spectrum of activities regarding the preparation of development plans for villages. Lahore. Research & Development Project-II 00 (Thesis Project) 49. cities. To provide the practical knowledge. to provide better and healthy living environment to the people. slums and katchi-Abadies.2 200 00 250 450 300 100 250 650 500 00 500 500 100 600 DEPARTMENT OF CITY & REGIONAL PLANNING This is the second department established in the country in 1992. etc. In order to meet the ever increasing demand for qualified planners. Local Government Department. to ensure planned growth and to control planning activities in urban and rural areas of country a full-time four-year course is offered in the field of City and Regional Planning. After qualifying. national and international requirements and to introduce innovation to ensure quality of education and uniformity of curriculum in the Pakistani Universities.FINAL YEAR Ninth Term 45. Sindh Katchi Abadies Authority. Keeping in view the baseline curriculum prepared by the National Curriculum Revision Committee constituted by the Higher Education Commission (HEC) the curriculum was revised and updated for 09-Batch and onward batches to bring it in line with local. Research & Development Project-I 00 (Thesis Report) Total 200 Tenth Term 48. The department is devoted wholly for teaching theoretical courses and assimilates and extends practical knowledge of City and Regional Planning in undergraduates for professional career in increasingly diversified fields of Planning. which is also in accordance with the recommendations of the Pakistan Council of Architects and Town Planners (PCATP). preparation and implementation of proposed policies. after the department of City and Regional Planning. Development Authorities. Professional Practice & 100 Management Total 100 5. Quantity Surveying & Accounting 100 47. Architectural Design-VII 100 46. It also involves analysis. programmes and plans for improvement/upgradation of old urban areas and development of new settlements at City and Regional levels. University of Engineering and Technology. the study visits of different towns and cities are conducted to collect the primary data about the physical. such as. the graduates will serve the nation as professional planners in the public and private sectors concerned with different fields of planning. towns.
3. Naveed Agro (on study leave abroad) Mr.CRP.1 TEACHING STAFF DEPARTMENT OF CITY & REGIONAL PLANNING Following teaching staff is presently working in the Department of City & Regional Planning. Technical Drawing 3. Manzoor Ali Dahri Phone: 022-2772294 Dr. Aftab Hussain Talpur Mr. Calculus & Statistical Methods 4.On successful completion of the entire requirement for the degree. 5. Name of Subject Theory Marks Practical Total FIRST YEAR First Term 1. 4. Manzoor Ali Dahri 2. Muhammad Masood (on lien abroad) Ms. 1.2. Dost Ali Khowaja Mr. Imtiaz Ahmed Chandio Mr. These programmes are organized under the Directorate of Postgraduate Studies. Islamic Studies/Ethics 5. Saima Kalwar Mr. Lecturers: 5. the students will be awarded the degree of Bachelor of City and Regional Planning ( B.) by Mehran University of Engineering and Technology. Mr. Taufique Ahmed Qureshi (on contract basis) 5.2. Mumtaz Ali Langah (on study leave abroad) Mr. Chairman of the Department: Professor: Associate Professor: Assistant Professor: Mr. Model Making Total 100 50 100 50 50 00 350 50 100 00 00 00 100 250 150 150 100 50 50 100 600 . The department also offers the degrees of Master of Philosophy and Doctor of Philosophy in the field of City and Regional Planning. Introduction to Planning 2.2 COURSES OF STUDIES FOR BACHELOR OF CITY & REGIONAL PLANNING Sub No. Pakistan Studies 6.
Transportation Planning 20. 100 50 100 100 100 450 00 100 50 00 00 150 100 150 150 100 100 600 100 100 100 100 50 450 100 100 100 100 50 450 00 50 50 50 00 150 00 00 50 50 50 150 100 150 150 150 50 600 100 100 150 150 100 600 100 100 50 100 50 400 100 100 50 100 50 400 50 00 50 50 50 200 00 50 50 50 50 200 150 100 100 150 100 600 100 150 100 150 100 600 . Rural Planning 30. Research Methods 28. History of Urban Planning 13. Architectural Design for Planners 9. Introduction to Geographical Information System Total 22.Second Term 7. 26. Environmental Planning & Management 31. 24. Planning of New Towns 29. Surveying-I 10. Surveying-II 16. 25. Construction Technology 15. Planning Law 18. Functional English Total SECOND YEAR Third Term 12. Socio-economic Aspects of Planning 8. Computer Aided Design Total THIRD YEAR Fifth Term Site Planning and Urban Design Planning Techniques Urban Renewal Environmental Engineering Information and Database Management Total Sixth Term 27. Transportation Engineering 14. Housing 19. Mapping & Remote Sensing 21. 23. Planning Data Analysis 11. Communication Skills & Report Writing Total Fourth Term 17.
It applies engineering practices to the planning. Finance Planning & Management 40. Thus. transportation engineering.E.) in the following fields. docks. geotechnical engineering. Estate Management 39.). Project/Thesis Total 5. environmental engineering.Phil. The various field of specialization and introduce to the final year students by assigning them a thesis project. Master of Civil Engineering (M.).D. In addition. civil engineering is the largest and broadest discipline of engineering. railways. The thesis projects may be specific to a particular branch of Civil Engineering like structural engineering. roads. Structural Engineering Highways and Traffic Engineering Construction Management Geotechnical Engineering . geotechnical engineering. The Department of Civil Engineering of the University provides essential and advance engineering education according to the requirements of field. road construction works. Community Development 35. the students are taken to field visits of the Civil Engineering projects such as water distribution structures. During the summer vacations the students are also sent on various Civil Engineering projects for internship. Master Planning-II 38. harbors. Landuse & Building Control 36. construction engineering & management etc.3 100 100 50 50 50 350 100 100 100 50 00 350 50 50 50 50 50 250 100 00 00 00 200 300 150 150 100 100 100 600 200 100 100 50 200 650 DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING Civil Engineering is the process of directing and controlling natural resources for the use and benefit of human kind through construction of various structures. geotechnical works etc. for which adequate facilities with equipment have been established. District & Regional Planning 34. Planning Practice 41. Master of Philosophy (M.G. design.D. bridges. water supply and sewerage disposal schemes etc. flood control systems. The Department also offers postgraduate courses leading to degrees such as Postgraduate Diploma (P. This is to expose them to practical engineering practices being actually implemented. irrigation schemes. factories. airports. Master Planning-I Total Eighth Term 37.FINAL YEAR Seventh Term 32. Theory classes of different subjects are complemented by tutorials and laboratory works. The department teaches many courses relevant to the various fields of Civil Engineering that is structural engineering.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. irrigation & drainage engineering. bridge & building structures. construction and operation and maintenance of structures such as buildings.C. construction management etc. dams. Project Planning & Management 33.
M.Khalifa Qasim Laghari Dr. Assistant Professors: 5. Arshad Ali Memon Mr.Nafees Ahmed Memon Mr. Imdad Kandhar (on study leave) Mr. Allah Bux Memon Mr. Kamran Ansari (on study leave abroad) Mr. 1. Mumtaz Ali Memon Prof. Shabir Hussain Khahro 2. Pervez Shaikh (on study leave) Mr. Abdul Sami Qureshi Dr. Gul Hassan Memon Prof. Fareed Ahmed Memon (on study leave abroad) Mr. Ali Mr.Rizwan Ali Memon Dr. 0222-771451 Prof. Ghous Bux Khaskheli` Phone: 022-2771269 Fax No. Atta Muhammad Phul Mr.The department has also set up a Software Laboratory which provides computing facility using application Software in Civil Engineering. Professors: 3. Lecturers: . Anwar Ali Balouch Mr. Muhammad Yousif Kumbher Dr. Zaheer Ahmed Almani (on study leave abroad) Mr. Naeem Aziz Memon (on study leave abroad) Mr. Aneel kumar Dr.3. Muhammad Suleman Memon Mr. Ashfaque Ahmed Memon Mr. Muhammad Soomar Khatri Dr. Amjad Ali Pathan (on study leave abroad) Mr. Jawed Qureshi (on study leave abroad) Mr. Chairman of the Department: Dr. Associate Professors: 4. 5. Agha Faisal Habib (on study leave abroad) Mr. Mehboob Gugarman Dr. Zubair Ahmed Memon Dr. Hizbullah Memon Mr. Abdul Rashid Memon Dr. Ghulam Hussain Mahesar Mr.1 TEACHING STAFF OF CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT Following teaching staff is presently working in the department of Civil Engineering. Tauha Hussain. Jawaid Kamal Ansari Mr. Ashfaque Ahmed Pathan (on study leave) Mr. Samar Hussain Rizvi Mr. Ghous Bux Khaskheli Prof.
Surveying-I 10. 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 50 100 100 100 100 500 00 50 50 50 00 150 00 00 00 50 50 50 150 100 150 150 150 100 650 50 50 100 150 150 150 650 100 100 100 100 100 500 100 100 100 100 100 100 600 50 00 50 00 00 100 00 00 00 00 50 50 100 150 100 150 100 100 600 100 100 100 100 150 150 700 . Pakistan Studies 8. Statistical Methods & Probability 18. CIVIL ENGINEERING. Theory of Structures 21. Islamic Studies/Ethics 7. Plain & Reinforced Concrete Total 12. Name of Subject Theory Marks Practical Total FIRST YEAR First Term 1. Engineering. Basic Electro Mechanical. Construction Engineering 20.2 COURSES OF STUDIES FOR B. Complex Analysis. Applied Calculus 9. Fourier Series & Laplace Transforms Total Fourth Term 17. 13.3. Introduction to Computers & C++ Programming 3. 16. Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulics-I 22. 14. Functional English 2. Architecture & Town Planning 19.5.E. Civil Engineering Drawing Total SECOND YEAR Third Term Engineering Geology Strength of Materials-I Surveying-II Transportation Engineering Differential Equations. Total Second Term 6. Engineering Mechanics 11. Sub No. 15. Civil Engineering Materials 5. Engineering Drawing 4.
Linear Algebra & Numerical Methods Strength of Materials-II Structural Analysis Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulics-II Steel Structures Total 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 50 00 50 50 200 150 150 100 150 150 700 Sixth Term 28. 31. 26. 35. 40. 27. 29. 25. 42.4. Environmental Engineering-II 100 Drainage Engineering 50 Foundation Engineering 100 Construction Management & 100 Planning Hydrology 50 Operation Research 50 Thesis/Project 00 Total 450 00 00 00 50 50 00 200 300 100 50 100 150 100 50 200 750 5. There is lot of hue and cry for control of the pollution in the urban and rural . environmental engineering has become a fast emerging discipline with vast scope for progression in the future. 32. Structural Design & Drawing Irrigation Engineering Geotechnical Engineering Environmental Engineering-I Highway & Traffic Engineering Total 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 50 50 50 50 250 150 150 150 150 150 750 Eighth Term 38. 43. 34. INSTITUTE OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT With increased awareness about environmental issues at the global and national levels. 44. 39.THIRD YEAR Fifth Term 23. 30. 37. 24. 41. 36. Modern Methods & Structural Analysis Applied Hydraulics Reinforced & Prestressed Concrete Soil Mechanics Quantity Surveying & Estimation Total 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 50 50 50 00 200 150 150 150 150 100 700 FINAL YEAR Seventh Term 33. The Institute of Environmental Engineering and Management (IEEM) has been established with the aim of creating new knowledge and finding innovative solutions to local and global environmental issues through application of such knowledge.
4. Environmental Protection Agencies (EPAs) of the four provinces and federal government have been assigned the task to implement environmental standards and therefore there will be great need for large number of qualified expert in field of environmental engineering. 1. Pakistan stands on the threshold of implementing environmental standards. The Bachelor of Engineering (BE) program is based sound on theoretical knowledge and through the practical training supported by field practical and industrial training. Visiting Faculty: Associate Professor: Assistant Professors: Lecturers: 5. survey. Khan Muhammad Brohi Dr. computer sciences. hydraulics. Dr.D.We have highly qualified faculty having Ph.1 TEACHING STAFF OF INSTITUTE ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL Following teaching staff is presently working in the Institute of Environmental Engineering & Management. Rasool Bux Mahar 2. in Environmental Engineering). waste management and numerical analysis. 5. renewable energy.D. Rasool Bux Mahar Dr. Dr. Today. fluid mechanics.areas. Director of the Institute: Co-Director of the Institute: Professors: Prof. oceans. . 3. The scope of an Environmental Engineer goes beyond the community and regional levels to global level. water and waste water engineering. Dr. rivers and agriculture lands. Sseeraz Ahmad Memon - 7. The syllabus includes subjects like basic sciences. Muhammad Yar Khawer 4. Khan Muhammad Brohi Phone Ofice 022-2771182 Prof. Muhammad Ali Memon Mr. - 6. The BE degree will make the students eligible for admission to post graduate degree (ME and Ph. Mr. and ME from abroad. prepares the IEEM graduates to achieve excellence in their career.
Introduction to Environmental 100 Engineering 5. GIS & Remote Sensing 100 Total 500 00 00 00 100 00 50 150 100 50 100 150 100 150 650 . Differential Equations & Fourier 100 Series 22. Environmental Chemistry 50 11. Introduction to Computer 100 Programming Total 450 SECOND YEAR Third Term 13.2 COURSES OF STUDIES FOR B. Thermodynamics 18. Environmental Economics 100 20. Electrical Technology 50 4. Introduction to Environmental 50 Physics Total 450 Second Term 8. Engineering Mechanics 100 12.E. Computer Aided Design and 50 Drafting 23. Ecological Management 14. Sustainable Development 50 21. Plumbing Design 100 24. Pakistan Studies 50 2. Islamic Studies/Ethics 50 3. Linear Algebra & Analytical Geometry 16.5. Total FIRST YEAR First Term 1. Environment and Human Interaction 15. Functional English 100 9. ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING Name of Subject Theory Marks Practical Sub No. Fluid Mechanics 17.4. Applied Calculus 100 10. Environmental Microbiology Total 100 50 100 100 100 50 500 00 00 50 00 50 50 00 150 50 50 100 100 100 150 50 600 00 00 50 50 50 150 100 100 100 150 150 600 00 00 00 50 50 50 150 100 50 100 150 150 100 650 Fourth Term 19. Computer Aided Learning 50 6 Surveying 100 7.
43. 39. Water Resources & Irrigation Engineering Water Pollution Control Air & Noise Pollution Control Statistical Methods & Estimations Design Project-I Total 100 100 100 100 00 400 50 00 50 00 200 300 150 100 150 100 200 700 Eighth Term 41. 38. Design Project-II 00 Total 300 00 50 50 00 200 300 100 100 100 100 200 600 . 27. 28. 32. 34. Energy Resources and 100 Management 45. 37. Project Planning & Management Principles of Water and Waster Water Treatment English Communication Skills Environmental Engineering Lab Techniques Environmental Health and Risk Management Thermal & Combustion Engineering Total 100 100 50 50 100 100 500 50 00 50 50 00 00 150 150 100 100 100 100 100 650 FINAL YEAR Seventh Term 36. 26. 40. 31. 29. Environmental Health & Safety 100 Cleaner Production Techniques 50 Environmental Impact 50 Assessment & Management 44. 42. 33. 35.THIRD YEAR Fifth Term 25. Water supply and waste Engineering Numerical Analysis Soil Mechanics Engineering Hydrology Solid Waste Management Total Water 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 50 00 00 50 150 150 150 100 100 150 650 Sixth Term 30.
5. Sindh. East Toll Plaza. Super Highway.Phil program in Applicable Mathematics from the year 2009. Chairman of the Department Agha Ashfaque Nabi Pathan Ph:022-2771409. 1. 2. However. 022-2908319 www.pk 6. This will help the students of Mathematics.S. Physics and Engineering to further improve their qualifications and knowledge in Applied Mathematics. Statistics. For further information contact: Dr. Fine Arts. Jamshoro. Computer Science. The Center of Excellence in Arts & Design provides education including study trips to various institutions within country of Bachelor degree in the following disciplines: 1. The extensive research work is also carried out by the teachers of this department.cead.S DEPARTMENT Following teaching staff is presently working in the department of Basic Sciences & Related Studies. 3.1. Technology & Humanities comprises on the following Department. The department is also planning to start a 2-year M.1 TEACHING STAFF OF B. Pakistan Phone No.D degree. Institutes. 6. FACULTY OF SCIENCE. student has been produced in the field of Finite Element Simulation (2004) and also one Ph. Center and affiliated College: 6.D project has been approved by HEC under National Research Program entitled “Finite Element Modeling of Blood Flow” and a Postgraduate research student is registered for leading to Ph.d. Director. 2772250-73 ext (2200) .R.5 Center of Excellence in Arts & Design. The courses of Mathematics and Computer Sciences are also taught to the postgraduate students of the University. Center of Excellence in Arts & Design. Pakistan Studies and Islamic Studies/Ethics. This department is awarded Research productivity by Pakistan Council for Science & Technology in the year 2003-2004 on the basis of research conducted during the year 2002.edu.1 DEPARTMENT OF BASIC SCIENCES & RELATED STUDIES (BSRS) This department teaches the courses of Mathematics including Statistics. the admissions in the Centre are announced separately by the Centre of Excellence in Arts and Design. Bhai Khan Shar. Five Years. TECHNOLOGY & HUMANITIES The Faculty of Science. One Ph. Four years Design (I) Textile Design (II) Communication Design Four years Architecture. The department also participates in offering short courses on various aspects of computer oriented courses.
Ghulam Yasin Bhutto Mr. Hafiz Abdul Aziz Memon Mr.I. Yasmeen Zafar Mr. Lecturers: 6. Asif Ali Shaikh Mr. 6. Fozia Shaikh 3. 4. Feroz Shah (on study leave) Mr. 1. Saima Bhatti Ms. Shafkat Chandio Mr.MAT. for improving their proficiency in English. where the participants are taught basic English grammar using the participatory approach. The center has learning facilities for the employees of Mehran University. GRE and G. Mukhtiar Ahmed Metlo Ms. Ghulam Abbas Mahar Mr. M. Saifullah Abro Mr. Rahim Bux Khokhar (on study leave) Mr. Zaibunisa Mr.2. Muhammad Urs Jhatial Ms. Panhwar Ph: 022-2772250-73 Ext: (3200) . IELTS. Sania Qureshi Mr. Abdul Razzak Ghanghro Mr. Associate Professor: Assistant Professors: 5. Professors: Dr. to help develop the skills of the students in written and spoken English.2. The Centre consists of Self-Access Centre. Emphasis is also put on reading and writing skills so that the students can understand a written work easily. Ashfaque Nabi Pathan Mr. Khan Muhammad Chajro Ms. The Centre runs classes for this purpose during evening time.1 Teaching Staff Following teaching staff is presently working in the English Language Development Centre. including the teachers. Ayaz Ali Siyal Mr. which allows the students to learn English on self-help basis and by attending language laboratory. Abdul Saleem Memon Ms. Naseem Khalid Memon Mr. Ahsanullah Baloch Dr. Director of the Centre: Prof.2 English Language Development Centre In the year 1988 Mehran University established English Language Development Centre with support from the British Council and the then University Grants Commission. Imran Qasim Memon Ms. Riazuddin Memon Mr. Muhammad Anwar Solangi Mr. The Centre also assists in the training of teachers in the areas of teaching and preparation for tests such as TOEFL.
The clients of research results and training of this institute would be the Universities. Sahib Khaton 5. Jam Khan Muhammad Ms. 6. Its Research and Development (R&D) activities are aimed at focusing on all important issues relating to contents. formally train the existing personnel already in charge in this field and conduct research on all aspects of an effective and viable S&T policy framework to achieve this objective. development. It is intended to serve as a nerve centre and conduct practical review of the situation currently and futuristically. MUISTD. Rosy Ilyas Ms. hence established with a wide mandate to produce highly qualified manpower at M. etc. M. training and research required to respond to the modern day challenges and to cater to the needs of socio-economic development of the country. . and exploitation of human and natural resources and other means and methods for rapid socio-economic uplift of the country. Tasneem Sultana Mr. is aimed at developing knowledge and devising sustainable S&T policies in consonance with the national priorities and goals taking different perspectives of socio-economic development into account. Mohib Ali Korejo Mr. Quratul Ain Mirza Mr. Shoukat Ali Lohar Ms. and render suitable advice for the required scientific and technological development to Academics. It is envisaged to be a center of excellence for teaching. Professor: Associate Professor: Assistant Professors: Lecturers: - 4. therefore. The development of Science and Technology (S & T) is closely linked with an important national goal of rapid and sustainable socio-economic development.. Ms. Industry.2.D degree level. national and international organizations. management. Industry. MUISTD is. Business. Habibullah Pathan (on study leave) Mr. Research. management and administration for promotion and development of Science and Technology Enterprise and Innovation Management in private and public sectors. 3. other developed and developing countries etc. As well as. R&D organizations. Business individuals in public and private sector.Phil and Ph. Government.3 Mehran University Institute of Science & Technology Development (MUISTD) Mehran University Institute of Science and Technology Development (MUISTD) is established at Jamshoro to produce much required highly qualified manpower at various levels of policy. Government.S.
Dr.firstname.lastname@example.org 6.edu. Irfanullah Shah Rashdi** Lecturer: * ** 6. Mujeeb-uddin Sehrai* Prof. Hyderabad is affiliated with Mehran University which offers courses in B. Pir Roshan S. Dr. Qazi Muhammad Moinuddin Mr.edu. Dr. Further information of these courses may be obtained from: The Principal.4 Associated Faculty On study leave abroad Affiliated Colleges/Institutes Following Colleges/Institutes are affiliated with Mehran University. Rashdi Co-Director Tel 022-2772430-31 Fax 022-2772432 E-mail pirrashdi@yahoo. Bhawani S. Zahid Ali Memon. Dr. S. Pir Roshanuddin Shah Rashdi Prof.com Zahid.Contact:s Prof.(Pass) and B.Tech. 1.M. Muhammad Aslam Uqaili* Prof. Deputy Secretary (Additional charge) Tel 022-2772430-31 Fax 022-2772432 E-mail memonzahid2007@yahoo. Hyderabad.(Hons.com codirector.muet. Phone: 022-3654791 & 3652982 .Qureshi Professor Emeritus & Director (Honorary) Prof. Dr.muistd@muet. Electrical and Mechanical Technologies. Chowdhry* Prof Dr. Hafeez-ur-Rehman Memon* Assistant Professors: Mr.1 Management and Faculty Dr. Iffat Batool Naqvi Dr.3. Government College of Technology. Arbella Bhutto Mr. Government College of Technology. Zahid Ali Memon Ms.Tech.) in Civil. Mehran University conducts the examinations of this college and awards degrees.pk Mr.
Provost (Hostels). The Pre-admission Test of the candidates will be conducted by the agency prescribed by Mehran University of Engineering and Technology. Hyderabad College of Science and Technology. Hyderabad Phone: 022-3812537-8 3.2. Phone: 022-3869707 & 3820247 7. Dur Muhammad Pathan.(Hons. the preference is given to the most needy students who belong to farther areas of the province.(Pass) and B.1 Residential Accommodation Eight hostels including two for female students. Further information of these courses may be obtained from: The Principal.) in Civil.Tech. Also Mehran University conducts the examinations of this Institute and award degrees. Telephone No. The hostels are managed by the Provost. the students are advised to arrange the private accommodation. Since the available accommodation for the upcoming batch is very limited. The Hyderabad Institute of Arts. Further information of these courses may be obtained from: Lt. For any further information. Hyderabad is affiliated with Mehran University which offers courses in BS (Information Technology) and MS (Business Information Technology). These facilities and establishment are briefly described below: 7. Support Facilities for Students and other Components Many facilities have been developed and established in the University to provide assistance to the students in their studies as well as other related activities and leisure. All the residents have to follow strictly the hostel rules and regulations. Hyderabad is affiliated with Mehran University which offers courses in B. Hyderabad Institute of Arts. Electrical and Mechanical Technologies. M. All the students who are interested in hostel accommodation can apply through a prescribed form which is available in the Provost office. Science and Technology. Auto Bhan Road. Deputy Provost and Wardens. Col. Science & Technology. Khalid Khan Retd. The hostels can accommodate a total of 1150 students. please contact: Engr. (TI (M). 022-2772299 . Overall. Hyderabad. Executive Director. Jamshoro. are available for the undergraduate students accommodation. Mehran University conducts the examinations of this college and awards degrees. Hyderabad College of Science & Technology.Tech.
which makes collection most suited and beneficial to graduate and under-graduate students. Library is connected to all departments through fiber optic network/internet giving access to CD Rom date bases available in the Library also.m. services are also provided for inter-library loan and photocopying of literature including technical articles from other national and international libraries. throughout the year with professional staff available at service points to meet needs of the readers. In house few Personal Computers (P-4 PCs) are being used.000 Plus electronics journals is available on-line within the university campus under Digital Library Program. SDH. a Project of Higher Education Commission. Access to 15. This service is further enhanced by cooperation among Muslim Countries under COMSTECH. In addition. 7.. Computer Centre has been chosen a place as a Communication HUB where all Academic. The library is heavily used by the students. most of these resources are available full text. Besides the central Library.e. individual departments have established their own seminar libraries.. full-text electronic journals and other electronic resources on the web. Academic Blocks and Hostels for providing high speed Internet. Students and faculty members are also provided with Internet facility in the Library. Subject bibliographies can be produced on request. have been installed to impart Data and Voice Services throughout Campus. etc. A union catalogue of books available on Campus is also functional. faculty members and researchers and is open from 8:00 am to 9:00 p. of the University will establish Network connectivity and most latest and state of art equipment i. Firewall. In addition to providing the readers with in-house collection. Hostels. which are loaned to students for one term on nominal rent. Literature search services are also provided on request in cooperation with technical information centers within and outside Pakistan. which cater to the specific needs of the departments.3 ICPC (Information and Communication Processing Centre) Most recent development under Computer Centre is establishment of High Speed Fiber Optics Network for connecting all Teaching Departments. E-mail facility etc. Students are encouraged to use computer for their project work for which PCs are installed in the Internet section of the library with a network printer and photocopier. The Catalog of books is computerized and accessible through library of congress get way serving one point access interface for books catalog.2 Library Facilities The Central Library of the University contains more than 80. latest reference and other books are also acquired every year to keep the users of the library abreast with the latest information on Science & Technology specially Engineering and its allied subjects. Routers. There are more than 15.7. Administrative. The aim of ICPC development is to establish and deploy a high speed Information Communication Network within Campus over Fiber Optic Back Bone and to connect it to . and EPABX etc.000 (approx) text books in the Book Bank.000 books related to Engineering Science and Technology. The collection of books is updated continuously and new books are acquired on the recommendations of experienced faculty members. Core Switches.
PERN (Pakistan Educational Research Network) community to get maximum benefits of R&D and uplift MUET at National level. IT short courses. OTS 2004 (Online testing System of MUET). Digital Library Services through PERN. ICPC. Dr. ICPC E-Help Desk The ICPC is administered by: Prof. Director. Khurram Shahzad Bhatti. E-Discussion Forums for Faculty and Students. Online Courseware / Material and Presentations. Research and Office Automation missions. It will provide University Community with information. Phone: (022) 2772250-73 Ext: 4103 He is supported by Manager Network Operations (MNO) Mr. Hardware and Software resources sharing. . Aftab Ahmed Memon. Video Conferencing System (Lectures and Presentations sharing between all Universities of Pakistan through PERN). Members will get services of MUET Web Portal. HEC online journals access through PERN Multimedia development services for Faculty and Students. Each staff member and student will get a User ID and E-mail ID under MUET domain. resources and services in support of its teaching. Under the development of ICPC following few services and benefits would be available: * High Speed Internet Services over Fiber Optic for Students and Faculty Staff and Students will become authorized and registered users of ICPC network services under MUET domain. Computerized Attendance System for Students.
In addition coaching camps for the training of students/players are arranged game wise. Inter Hostel and Interuniversity Events particularly in Basketball. Najeeb-ur-Rehman Channa Director Sports. The University sports teams not only participate in Sindh Universities Sports Gala event but this University has also organized the same event at a high level. Financial Aid: Student Financial Aid Office (SFAO): (Established in August. Athletics. Chess. Shooting ball. An ambulance is also available for the sick students to take them to the hospital in any emergency.7. 7. Hockey. which is headed by: Engr. The newly joining students can participate in Inter Department. 7. Phone: 0221-771530 Mobile: 0300-9373574 7. These sports are organized and managed by the Directorate of Sports. Students have to pay nominal transport charges on yearly basis for the use of this facility.4 Medical Assistance A part-time dispensary has been established in one of the hostels for the resident students. Inter Hostel for hostler students and Inter Department for department competitions. Adequate quantity of essential medicines are also available in the dispensary for the minor ailments. Table Tennis. This University also provides sports material to all the hostels through the Provost Hostels for daily practice.e. The sports Material for playing games on behalf of this university will be provided by the directorate of sports. 2006) Many of students are admitted in this University from various rural community areas and they belong to poor or middle class families. which is manned by a qualified doctor and a dispenser. Football. Malh.5 Transport Facilities The University has deployed buses for the use of students on various routes between the Campus and Hyderabad/Qasimabad/Latifabad/Kotri. Tug of War. while it is noted that today’s expenditures . the selection of the university sports teams is purely consist on merit and performance of the layers. which is quite nearby. Cricket.7. Handball. Major sickness problems are referred to Liaquat University Hospital. This university organizes Interuniversity Sports Events between 03-04 universities under its own objectives. Previously lot of the University students has remained Gold. Silver and Bronze Medalist. Tennis etc. Squash. The University also organizes and participate Interuniversity Sports Events in a large number. Badminton.6 Sports Facilities The Directorate of Sports is responsible to entertain the students of this University by arranging Indoor and Outdoor sports events i.
4. 15. 2. consequently it is difficult for them to pursue their education due to financial constraints. has taken initiative for providing financial relief to meritorious and deprived students with the financial assistance/need based scholarship programs. Poverty Cum Merit Scholarship Government of Sindh Ministry of Education. 5. 6. DIYA Scholarship Rawalpindi National Bank of Pakistan. 13. A centralized record of all students getting any Financial Aid is kept in the Student Financial Aid Office (SFAO). 14. 16. 8. Islamabad Merit Scholarship for Minority Students Ministry of Religious Affairs. Billiton (Pakistan) BHP Need Cum Merit Scholarship Fauji Fertilizer Company Limited FC Scholarship Education & Litracy Department.P. Mehran University of Engineering & Technology established the “Student Financial Aid Office” (SFAO) in August 2006. 9. 7.No.E.H. Now all Scholarships/financial Aid Cases are routed through Student Financial Aid Office (SFAO). 11.on education have become very high. IEP-SAC Scholarship Saudi Arabian Center Sindhi Engineers America Financial SEAFA Scholarship Assistance Kaneez Fatima Welfare Trust. 3. Lahore Petroleum Institute of Pakistan PIP Scholarship (PIP) Karachi Institute of Engineers Pakistan. MORA Scholarship Islamabad Pakistan Engineering Congress PEC Scholarship (PEC). In this regards. the Student Financial scholarships/financial assistances offered by: Aid office (SFAO) covers the S. At the moment. 1. 10. Jamshoro by realizing the continuous rise in educational exposes. 12. Mehran University of Engineering and Technology. Pakistan Syeda Mubarik Begum Scholarship Office of Zila Nazim District Zila Nazim Khairpur Government Khairpur Sui Southern Gas Company Limited Poverty Cum Merit Scholarship DONOR The Student Financial Aid Office (SFAO) of Mehran University of Engineering and Technology has honor to award 2034 (two thousand and thirty four) scholarships among .T Jamshoro Financial Assistance Hardship HEC-Japanese Need Based Scholarship Higher Education Commission Financial Support for Meritorious & (HEC) Islamabad Needy Students B. to elevate the socioeconomic position of the needy & deserving students by providing access to quality education through need-based and Merit Scholarships. NAME OF SCHOLARSHIP Internal Merit Scholarship Mehran U. NBP NBP Loan Babar Ali Foundation.
pk 7. Case Analyst. the Student Financial Aid Office (SFAO) has the services of 16 faculty members as coordinators for SFAO from each & every engineering department of this University.8 Directorate of Industrial Liaison A Directorate of Industrial Liaison has been established in the University to facilitate the organization of industrial/field training for the students of the University. To arrange exchange of technical staff between the University and industry for the mutual. Further information may be obtained from: Dr. For facilitating the Students. To guide and supply information to the final year students regarding their possible employment in the industrial/commercial sector. Industrial Liaison. Muhammad Moazam Baloch. the Directorate of Industrial Liaison also performs the following functions. SFAO Phone # + 92 22 2772701 Fax # + 92 22 2771274 Email: Kashif. The Student Financial Aid Office (SFAO) has also made the standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) regarding internal University and external Scholarship programs. Dr. Persons to be contacted: 1. Even this office has developed on Application Proforma regarding Internal University Scholarship Programs. and assist the students during filling the application email@example.com students during academic Session 2008-2009. Director. To collaborate with the industries for identifying their problems and attempting to solve them through efforts of experienced and qualified professors of the University. In addition to arranging the practical training for the undergraduate students.edu. Ph: 022-2771425 . Kashif Usman Dars. benefit of the both. Mr. Tauha Hussain Ali Focal Person SFAO 2. The Coordinator responsibility is to answer the queries of students of their department regarding the various scholarship programs. This figure 2034 is an improved figure than the academic year 2007-2008 though SFAO has already awarded 1701 (one thousand seven hundred & one) different Scholarships & Financial Assistances/Aids during the academic year 2007-2008.
Industrial Engineering & Management. . If protective measures are not addressed. which must be ISO 9000 and ISO 14000. Phone: 022-2771226 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Other Directorates and Institutes There are a number of other Directorates and Institutes. Material Science & Technology. 7. The Institute of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering offers full-time (morning and evening) programs for studies leading to the degrees of M.2 Institute of Irrigation & Drainage Engineering Since irrigation plays a crucial role in the agriculture sector through out Pakistan. M. World wide Ozone depletion and disposal of Waste are big issued which need to be solved by producing qualified Environmental Engineers.7. Director.com bakhshal. and Ph. they perform important functions and the faculty members are usually shared between these institutes/directorates and the undergraduate programs. to design and organize postgraduate studies in the University. postgraduate studies in Civil Engineering.lashari@muet.Phil. it certifies to those products. the global economy would be adversely affected. as well as part-time programs for M.3 Institute of Environmental Engineering and Management INTRODUCTION Environment is now a global issue and it is deteriorating day by day.9.edu.D. and Ph. Energy Systems Engineering Industry & Regional Planning and Textile Engineering are conducted by this directorate. Further information in this regard may be obtained from: Dr. Dr.9. which are not directly involved in teaching or other aspects of the undergraduate program. Pakistan is a developing country and relies on Agro-based industry that now faces competition under the umbrella of world trade Order (WTO). As per WTO. Nevertheless. Therefore. and particularly in Sindh province. Ghous Bux Khaskheli Director.9. Postgraduate Studies Phone: 022-2771214 7. they are an important linkage for the various programs of the University and are briefly described below. Bakhshal Khan Lashari. Construction Management. The above named Institute was established in 1987 to cater for specialized needs of the irrigation and drainage systems.E. A separate prospectus is published for the postgraduate studies and can be obtained from: Prof.1 Directorate of Postgraduate Studies This Directorate was first established in the University in 1978. Institute of Irrigation & Drainage Engineering.pk 7.Phil. At present. Chemical Engineering.D.. Manufacturing Engineering.
Pakistan requires trained personnel needed to be dealt with Environmental Management System in which they be made skillful in Water Engineering. Collection. Environmental Impact assessment and Strategic Environmental assessment. Director. To make student capable to design the project in which he shall learn implementation of Environmental Management System under the Umbrella of ISO-14000. 4. More details about the course and other activities of the Institute may be obtained from: 1. town and rural areas. Phone: Off. Agricultural Land. Dr. water-softening techniques Osmosis techniques shall be procured. a very comprehensive learning methodologies can be extended. Wastewater Engineering.Phil by research can be obtained as per rule and regulations. For making safe Disposal of wastewater from various developments. like understanding air pollutants and the design of Air pollution Control equipment shall be procured. Co-Director. 022-2771182 Prof. M. learning methodologies of Wastewater treatment technologies. To make efforts to clean the Atmosphere. VISION To produce Environmentalists who share their skill in the establishment of Environmental Management system in all Industries. Institute of Environmental Engineering & Management. Prof. 5. evaporation Ponds. For removing the solid Waste Problem in cities. Industrial Waste and Hospital Waste. Khan Muhammad Brohi. transferring and disposal techniques of Municipal Solid Waste. Solid waste Management and Air pollution and Control Equipment. Dr. Oxidation Ponds and in addition the design of Pipe network systems shall be procured. Rasool Bux Mahar. like understanding the Generation. Altogether 12 courses are designed which make student capable to make himself an environmental engineer. the learning methodologies. IEEM has very good faculty in the University and offers PGD/ME in Environmental Engineering meanwhile. . learning methodologies of Water Treatment Plant. like Wastewater treatment Plant. Communication network systems and Rural-Urban Utilities to enter in the development of 21st Century goal of making national Economy as per World Trade Organization (WTO) requirements. 1. OBJECTIVES To make Post Graduate/Master level students skillful by achieving the following goals to become useful for re-construction of National Environmental Economy. For making Water potable. 3. 2. Irrigation and Drainage infrastructures. 2. industries.
7. who are expert in their field. 2001 . Hafeez-ur-Rahman Memon. Develop linkages with the similar and other organizations within and outside the country where new developments are taking place. (022) 2772280 & 2772281 E-mail:dcemuet@hotmail. 3.6 1. Dr. Further information may be obtained from: Prof. In reference to above core objective. Morocco1999. Abdul Qadeer Khan Rajput Chief Editor. U.K. Publication Section. 5. Directorate of Continuing Engineering Education.1998-99. Phone: 022-2771206 7. It is recognized internationally and is being abstracted by many national and international agencies. 6. Australia2000. This journal is being published since 1982 without any interruption and is registered with ISSN. the Directorate of Continuing Education performs the following activities: Arrange short courses to keep professionals update with latest developments in their professional fields.9. Telephone No. 2. Rabat. Federation of the Universities of Islamic World (FUIW).com 7. Organize lectures/workshops by professionals form within the university as well as outside of the University.5 Directorate of Continuing Education Core Objective & Continuing Engineering Education To establish awareness amongst professionals both at academic and industry at the fast pace of technological developments and provide opportunities to update their knowledge in the respective fields. Further information may be obtained from: Prof.9.4 Publication Section This Section publishes a quarterly journal titled “Mehran University Research Journal of Engineering & Technology”. Director. Commonwealth Universities Study Abroad Consortium (CUSAC). Dr. 4. Membership of the University with: Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) U.9. Community of Science (COS) USA-2001 PANCID. UNESCO International Centre for Engineering Education (UICEE).K20002001.
Linkage with other Universities/Institutes/Organizations S.No. Name of the Institute Date of Agreement 8.7.1996 Period
The Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission and Mehran University of Engineering & Technology, Jamshoro.
Azarbaijanian Industrial Institute of Ministry 13.9.1997 of Education of Azerbaijanian Republic and MUET, Jamshoro. IUBAT International University of Business 16.4.1999 Agricultural and Technology, Bangladesh.
Effective until notice of termination given by any University. Effective until termination by either party with three months notice.
National Institute of Public Administration (NIPA) Karachi.
Mehran University College of Engineering & Technology, Khairpurmirs Introduction
In order to promote engineering education in the interior region of the province and to reduce the supply-demand gape, the Government of Sindh vide its notification No. SO(CIV)SGA&CD/4-29/09 dated 2nd April, 2009, established a constituent college of Mehran University of Engineering and Technology, named as Mehran University College of Engineering & Technology, Khairpur Mir’s. The main objectives of the establishment of the college are as under: To provide science and technology education to the people of interior Sindh at their door step. To upgrade the technical skills of the people of Sindh. To meet the national demand for qualified engineers required for national industrial development. To promote the rural talent, enabling it thereby to participate in mainstream of national growth.
The number of students admitted to the First Year classes in all four undergraduate disciplines in 240 out of which 80 candidates are admitted under the self financing scheme. Mehran University College of Engineering & Technology offers undergraduate programme in four disciplines, viz. Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering,
Electrical Engineering and Petroleum & Natural Gas Engineering. Being a constituent College of Mehran University of Engineering and Technology, the college adopts the same teaching system, courses of studies, rules and procedures for admission, examination system and student conduct and discipline as those are practiced by the University. The college headed by the Principal is working under the administrative and academic control of Mehran University of Engineering and Technology, Jamshoro. 8.2 Officers of the College 1. Principal Prof. Dr. Mujeeb-u-ddin Memon Tele. No. 0243-714005 Dr. Kanya Lal
Incharge Chairman, Civil Engineering Department:
Incharge Chairman, Mr. Saeed Ahmed Shaikh Electricall Engineering Department: Incharge Chairman, Mr. Aqeel Ahmed Bhutto Mechanical Engineering Department: Incharge Chairman, Mr. Imran Ali Memon Petroleum & Natural Gas Department: Assistant Controller of Examinations. Assistant Director Finance Incharge Hostels: Incharge M.I.S Mr. Waqar Ahmed
7. 8. 9. 8.3
Mr. Waqas Ahmed Channa Mr. Muhammad Memon Mr. Shoaib Muhammad Leghari
Fields of study and teaching faculty:
Mehran University College of Engineering and Technology, Khairpur offers courses leading to Bachelors’ degrees in the following disciplines. All the four Degrees are in Engineering and are titled Bachelor of Engineering………… (Name of field); e.g B.E Civil. The names of all the undergraduate disciplines are also given below: 1. 2. 3. 4. Civil Engineering Electrical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Petroleum & Naturals Gas Engineering
Presently the following faculty is involved in the teaching of the above disciplines: 1. Professors: Prof. Dr. Mujeeb-u-ddin Sahrai Mechanical Engineering Department
Dr. Kanya Lal, Civil Engineering Department Mr. Syed Naveed Raza Shah, Civil Engineering Department Mr. Saeed Ahmed Shaikh, Electrical Engineering Department
Mr. Allah Warayo Panhwar, Electrical Engineering Department Mr. Hadi Bux Chijjan, Electrical Engineering Department Mr. Jalil Ahmed Chandio, Electrical Engineering Department Mr. Aqeel Ahmed Bhutto, Mechanical Engineering Department Mr. Jahanzeeb Soomro, Mechanical Engineering Department Mr. Imran Ali Memon, Petroleum & Natural Gas sEngineering Department Mr. Shuaib Muhammad Laghari, Petroleum & Natural Gas Engineering Department Mr. Ghulam Shabir Solangi, Civil Engineering Department Mr. Ashfaque Ahmed Soomro, Civil Engineering Department Mr. Kaleemullah Bhatti, Civil Engineering Department
Two Hostels are available for the undergraduate students accommodation. The hostels can accommodate a total of 10 students. Since the available accommodation for the upcoming batch is very limited, the students are advised to arrange the private accommodation. Overall, the preference is given to the most needy students who belong to farther areas of the province. 8.5 ICPC (Information and communication Processing Center)
All the sections of the college are linked through ICPC Service which provides highspeed communications, e-mail, intercom and internet service.
framed by the authorities of the University from time to time. Biomedical Engineering Scheme and Special Scheme. The number of seats is fixed for the urban and rural areas of each district and Karachi. Ranipur-Khairpur and within Khairpur City.7 Sports Facilities The college has established a sports section which arranges various indoor and outdoor sports occasion on its own as well as in liaison with the Directorate of Sports of the University. Eligibility for Admission The candidates who have passed the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC/HSSC) Pre-Engineering Examination or equivalent with Physics. which are described in detail in the subsequent sections. 9. Bio-Medical Engineering Scheme and Special Scheme. if any admitted student desires to seek admission in any discipline under Self Financing Scheme. if received by the University shall be rejected without any notice. he/she may apply for the same and submit an undertaking on the stamp paper to the effect that he/she will not claim admission under Regular Scheme of the year. Chemistry and Mathematics in Annual Examination 2010 or earlier upto Annual Examination of 2008 and have secured at least 55% marks from any recognized Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education in Pakistan or from foreign (ii) (iii) 9. The candidates who apply for their admission on the basis of fake certificates/documents (detected before or after their admission) shall be prosecuted under criminal law and their admission shall be cancelled. There are other categories of candidates who are also eligible for admission. faculty and staff along the three routes. Their admission forms.1 (i) Rules and Procedures for Admission Admission Admissions to the First Year for all the degree courses are made according to the policies and rules. The candidates who have been allowed admission previously with any batch by this University shall not be considered for fresh admission.8. Similarly. viz. if the admitted student under Self Financing Scheme. Additionally.6 Transport Facilities The college provides transport service to the students. However. The rules mentioned in this prospectus are subject to revision by the competent authority as and when deemed necessary and without notice. 9. 8. if apply for admission under Regular Scheme. he/she may apply for the same for which he/she will be required to submit an undertaking on the stamp paper to the effect that if he/she is admitted in the desired discipline he/she will not claim the refund of the money whatsoever.2 (i) . Sukkur-Khairpur. they may also be debarred for a period of three years for future admissions. he/she has paid with the previous batch.
are eligible to apply for admission. The discipline would be awarded strictly on merit and on the basis of available seats in urban/rural area of each district of Domicile/PRC against which they have applied keeping in view the prioritized choices of the candidate. if the students withhold information regarding such a disciplinary action and they were granted admission. debarred or their admissions were cancelled. Since the application form is a . If any student after seeking admission in lower choice of discipline is satisfied with the same. The candidates who have passed three years Diploma before Annual Examination 2008 shall not be eligible for admission. their admission would be cancelled immediately after ascertaining such facts. Mechanical.countries. Chemical. These application forms are then sent to the Mehran University where they are scrutinized and the in-eligible applications are rejected. Additionally. Electrical. the Admission Committee shall be competent to award him/her the discipline from the left over disciplines as it deems fit. (ii) Candidates who have passed three years diploma from a recognized Board of Technical Education in Pakistan in an approved discipline (Civil. and his/her discipline may not be changed further. Application Form for Admission (iii) 9.pk The candidates are required to obtain application forms from designated Banks in various cities and towns on payment of prescribed fees and are asked to deposit them with the same banks within the announced due date. he/she may submit an application within a week’s time from the date of issuance of such list that he/she is satisfied with the discipline awarded to him/her. Glass & Ceramics and Petroleum Technology) in Annual Examination 2010 or earlier upto Annual Examination 2008 and have secured at least 60% marks are also eligible to apply for admission under category ‘B’ in the same discipline only under the Regular scheme. national newspapers as well as on website www. The candidates who have passed the above examinations or equivalent examinations before Annual Examination 2008 shall not be eligible for admission. Choices mentioned in the admission form can only be changed at the time of Interview before the Admission Committee. Software Engineering. while writing the prioritized choices of the disciplines.3 Call for admissions. Electronics. the candidates who have passed Intermediate (General Science Group) in Annual Examination 2010 or earlier upto Annual Examination of 2008 and have secured at least 55% marks are also eligible for their admission only in Computer Systems Engineering. If such application is not received the Admission Committee may change them as per their choice and vacancies and this change shall be binding on them. After this scrutiny. Electronic Engineering and Telecommunication Engineering and they will not claim their admission in any other discipline. specially.edu. The candidates are required to fill up the prescribed application form in their own hand writing carefully. shall not be considered for admission in the University. Those candidates who have been convicted involving moral turpitude shall also be refused admission in the University. all the eligible candidates are sent admission slips for entry to the Pre-admission Test. who were admitted to any other institutes/universities before applying for admission in Mehran University and were rusticated. In addition.muet. If all priorities are not mentioned by the candidates in the Admission form and the situation is that he/she is in merit for admission but he/she has not mentioned further choices. Those students. is advertised in the prominent regional.
legal document any wrong information provided there-in over-writing or tampering in any other way is illegal and may result in rejection of the form outright. The interviews are held at Mehran University. Interviews 9.pk. In case they do not clear the test they will not be considered for admission at this University. Note: All nominees local/foreigners should submit the result of SAT.40 0. minus marks to be deducted as defined in clause 9.5 After the receipt of the results of Pre-admission Test a comprehensive merit list is prepared for each district/category and a number of candidates is called for interview before the Admission Committee. The final merit list of the candidates for each district/category will be prepared by calculating the over all merit. 65% marks in HSSC and 50% marks in pre-admission test. NUST or other International level Test they have passed for their admission purpose or appear in the Pre-admission Test of this University and clear the same. UET’s.50 C For example. based on the marks obtained in each of the following examinations.edu. 9. This number of candidates called for interview is usually much higher .10 B 0. as defined in clause 9.5 = 7+26+25 = 58 (Percent) *Adjusted marks means marks secured in HSSC examination plus additional marks if any.11.10./ General Science group) or equivalent adjusted marks*: Pre-admission Test Multiplying Weightage 0.muet. Jamshoro on the dates as announced in the newspapers and also on Website www.4+50*0. The candidates are required to submit the attested photo-stat copies of all the certificates and recent taken photographs as indicated in the application form.4 Pre-admission Test In accordance with the policies adopted by the Federal as well as Provincial Government of Sindh all the eligible candidates applying under any category are now required to appear in the Pre-admission Test organized by the University.1+65*0. if a candidate has secured 70% marks in SSC. multiplying them with the respective weightage and adding the result to calculate the “Composite Percentage Number” (CPN) as described below: Percentage of Marks in: A Secondary School Certificate (Science group) (Matriculation): Higher Secondary School Certificate (Pre-Engg. his/her CPN would be given by: CPN = 70*0. Candidates having secured less than 12% marks in the Pre-admission Test shall not be eligible for consideration of their names for the purpose of admission in this University.
The names of those candidates. 20 seats have also been reserved for the candidates of former Karachi Division.than the seats available in a given district or category. However. However. in case if any intimation is received their names shall be kept in pending till the preparation of Second list. Marks sheet of Pre-medical Group). 9. Mirpurkhas.I below.II. Domicile Certificate of candidate/guardian PRC on ‘C’ Form of candidate National Identity Card/B-form (as applicable).6 Distribution of Seats The distribution of seats for admissions are made strictly according to the rules framed for the purpose by the authorities of the University on population basis among the rural and urban areas for the former Hyderabad./General Science Group) (in case change of group from Pre-Medical to Pre-Engg. description is provided concerning various categories candidates seeking admission. who failed to appear for the interview before the Admission Committee on the scheduled date and time shall be deleted from the merit list of the concerned district/category and they shall not be considered for the admission. the award of discipline shall be given on the basis of joint merit in the districts. The admission in various districts/categories will be given on quota basis for the urban and rural areas. In Table 9. Thus their absence from the interview shall amount to forfeiture of their right of admission. The number of seats allocated to each district in various disciplines and for other categories is given in Table 9. Larkana and Sukkur Divisions. while the number of seats for each district/division in Sindh province (urban/rural areas) are shown in Table 9. (i) (ii) Marks Sheet of SSC (Matriculation) Marks Sheet of HSSC Intermediate (Pre-Engg. . The candidates are also required to bring their original certificates for verification particularly the following Five certificates.III. (iii) (iv) (v) If any document is short/missing his/her name will be kept in pending till the preparation of next list and then if the documents are still short his/her name shall be deleted from the merit list of the concerned District/Category without notice except those who submit the application.
Area Total CE 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 2 3 2 5 3 6 6 5 3 5 7 2 5 5 1 1 3 81 EL 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 7 3 3 2 6 3 6 6 6 3 5 8 2 5 2 1 1 2 83 ME 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 2 3 3 7 3 6 7 6 3 5 8 2 4 2 1 2 83 ES 2 2 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 6 2 2 1 4 3 4 4 3 3 4 6 2 4 10 2 2 84 CS 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 8 2 2 2 5 3 5 5 4 3 4 6 2 4 2 1 1 1 1 81 TL 2 3 4 3 3 2 2 3 2 1 7 2 2 3 5 3 5 5 4 3 4 7 2 5 82 SW 2 2 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 7 2 3 2 6 2 5 5 4 3 4 7 2 4 81 CH 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 3 1 3 3 2 2 2 3 2 4 2 51 IN 1 2 3 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 4 2 1 1 3 1 3 3 2 2 2 4 3 1 1 50 MN 2 1 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 4 2 1 1 3 1 3 3 2 2 3 4 2 2 1 50 MT 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 3 1 1 2 3 1 3 3 2 2 3 3 2 2 1 51 PG 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 3 1 2 1 2 2 3 3 2 2 2 4 4 2 52 AR 1 2 3 2 1 2 2 2 2 1 4 2 1 1 2 2 3 3 2 2 2 4 1 2 1 1 1 52 CRP 2 1 3 2 1 2 2 2 2 1 5 1 1 2 3 2 3 3 3 2 3 4 50 TE 2 2 3 2 3 2 2 2 2 1 5 2 2 1 4 2 4 4 3 2 3 5 2 1 61 EE 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 2 1 2 2 2 1 2 3 30 TOTAL A. Architecture City & Regional Planning Textile Engineering.Holders MUETE Balochistan Foreigners Africans Bangladeshi Yemeni A. Software Engineering Chemical Engineering Industrial Engg.3 D. . Khan T.8 D. Gas Engg.Area GHQ Federal C.5 D.6 D. Disciplines and Categories at Mehran University of Engineering and Technology.10 D.Allahyar Dadu Jamshoro Thatta Badin Mirpurkhas Umarkot Tharparkar Sanghar Karachi Dip.I Distribution of Seats for various Districts. Category Description Number of Seats Discipline Sukkur Ghotki Khairpur S. MT PG AR CRP TE Metallurgy & Materials Engg.1 D. Petroleum & Nat. & Management Mining Engineering. M.4 D.2 D.9 D.12 Explanation of Abbreviations CE EL ME ES CS EE Civil Engineering Electrical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Electronic Engineering Computer Systems Engineering Environmental Engineering TL SW CH IN MN Telecommunication Engg.Table-9.3 A.2 26 28 44 31 31 29 26 25 26 15 83 28 29 26 63 33 64 65 52 38 53 83 20 18 40 10 10 06 02 01 02 02 01 01 02 08 01 1022 A.1 A. Jamshoro.5 B C D. Benazirabad N.Kashmir FATA Khyber/Pakhto on Khowah UET-Lahore N.11 D.Feroze Larkana Kamber/ Shahdadkot Shikarpur Jacobabad Kashmore Hyderabad Matiari T.4 A.7 D.
2 Larkana Shahdadkot Shikarpur Jacobabad Kashmore TOTAL A.5 All Districts of Karachi (Urban + Rural) GRAND TOTAL .3 Hyderabad Matiari Tando Muhammad Khan Tando Allahyar Dadu Jamshoro Thatta Badin TOTAL A.4 Mirpurkhas Umerkot Tharparkar Sanghar TOTAL A.1 Sukkur Ghotki Khairpur Nawabshah Naushehro Feroze TOTAL A. Mehran University of Engineering and Technology. Jamshoro (Category-A) Category Districts Number of Seats Urban Rural Total Areas Areas Seats 10 03 05 05 02 25 09 03 04 04 02 22 69 02 04 05 09 03 02 06 100 11 00 00 13 24 00 191 16 25 39 26 29 135 20 23 21 22 13 99 14 26 25 21 54 30 62 59 291 41 38 53 70 202 00 707 26 28 44 31 31 160 29 26 25 26 15 121 83 28 29 26 63 33 64 65 391 52 38 53 83 226 20 918 A.II Distribution of Seats for various categories in Sindh Province.Table-9.
2. A. Eighth preference will be given to real Brothers/Sisters of employees who are not confirmed in the University service and have .3 and A. Petroleum and Chemical/Glass & Ceramics Technology will be of categories A.4.1. Category (B) (C) Description Seats Candidates who have passed Diploma Examination in Civil. 18 Mechanical. v. A. Second preference will be given to real sons/daughters of employees who are confirmed in the University service and have less than three years University service at their credit. Seventh preference will be given to real Sons/Daughters of employees who are not confirmed in the University service and have less than three years University service at their credit. Diploma holders shall be considered for admission under this category only. Sixth preference will be given to real Brothers/Sisters of employees who are not confirmed in the University service but have at least three years continuous University service at their credit. iv. iii. viii. Third preference will be given to real Sons/Daughters of employees who are not confirmed in the University service but have at least three years continuous University service at their credit. ii.3 and A.4. First preference will be given to real sons/daughters of employees who are confirmed in the University service and have at least three years continuous university service at their credit. Fourth preference will be given to real Brothers/Sisters of employees who are confirmed in the University service and have at least three years continuous University service at their credit. Habib College of Technology and are domiciled in the districts of categories A. deceased or working on deputation with other Institutions) shall be considered for admission to first year class against the reserved seats on the following criteria: i. vi. vii. Electric from Government Technical College/Polytechnic Institute/Govt. Iv . Real sons/daughters/brothers/sisters of Mehran University employees 40 (serving or retired. The domicile for admission of diploma holders in Electronics. Fifth preference will be given to real Brothers/Sisters of employees who are confirmed in the University service and have less than three years University service at their credit.Table 9-III Description of remaining categories of Candidates seeking Admission.
nominated by the Ministry of Education. ii.4 nominated by the Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs. Islamabad. Islamabad. 01 Metallurgy & Materials Engineering and 01 Architecture). Government of Punjab.8 Candidate domiciled in NWFP Province. Government of NWFP.10 Candidates belonging to Northern Areas nominated by the Ministry of Education. Government of Pakistan.2 D.12 Candidate belonging to Federal Capital Area nominated by Ministry of Education. Government of Pakistan. 01 Chemical Engineering. D. D.5 Program) nominated by the Higher Education Commission. Government of Pakistan.11 Candidates nominated by the General Head Quarters. (02 in Computer Systems Engineering. (Economic Affairs Division). Islamabad. Note: The merit with regard to the category “C” will be determined as per policy of the University.less than three years University service at their credit. Government of Pakistan. Government of Pakistan. 01 Chemical Engineering. Islamabad.7 Candidates belonging to Federally Administered Tribal Area. D. D. Islamabad. Islamabad. Candidates domiciled in Balochistan Province. A copy of the appointment order and confirmation order of the employee must be attached with the admission form. Foreign students (under Cultural Exchange Program) nominated by the Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs (Economic Affairs Division) Government of Pakistan. Rawalpindi.1 05 05 10 06 02 01 02 02 01 01 02 08 01 1022 . i. nominated by the Education Department. Bangladeshi students (under Pakistan Technical Assistance Program) D.6 Candidates belonging to Azad Kashmir.9 Candidate domiciled in Punjab Province. D. Candidates domiciled in Balochistan Province. nominated by the Education Department. (Economic Affairs Division). Total seats including districts quota D. African students (under Pakistan Technical Assistance Program for D. nominated by the State and Frontier Region Division. Government of Pakistan. nominated by the Education Department. (02 in Electronics Engineering. D. Islamabad. 01 Metallurgy & Materials Engineering and 01 Architecture). D. Government of Balochistan. Islamabad.3 African Countries) nominated by the Ministry of Finance & Economic Affairs. Yemeni student (On scholarship basis under Cultural Exchange D. Islamabad. nominated by the Higher Education Commission.
Distribution of Seats for urban and rural areas of the districts in Sindh Province.Distribution of Seats for various Districts and Disciplines at Mehran University College of Engineering and Technology. Khan T. Mehran University College of Engineering & Technology. Category Description Number of Seats Discipline CE EL ME 2 3 5 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 40 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 2 3 2 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 40 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 2 3 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 40 PG 2 2 4 3 3 2 2 3 2 1 1 1 1 0 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 40 Total 10 11 17 12 12 11 10 09 10 06 07 02 02 02 05 03 05 05 04 03 04 07 03 160 A-1 Sukkur Ghotki Khairpur S. Khairpurmirs (Category-A) Category Districts Number of Seats Urban Rural Total Areas Areas Seats . Khairpurmirs.M.Benazirabad Naushahro Feroze A-2 Larkana Kambar/Shahdadkot Shikarpur Jacobabad Kashmore A-3 Hyderabad Matiari T. Allahyar Dadu Jamshoro Thatta Badin A-4 Mirpurkhas Umerkot Tharparkar Sanghar A-5 Karachi Total: Explanation of Abbreviations CE EL Civil Engineering Electrical Engineering ME PG Mechanical Engineering Petroleum & Natural Gas Engg.
5 All Districts of Karachi (Urban + Rural) GRAND TOTAL 9.2 Larkana Shahdadkot Shikarpur Jacobabad Kashmore TOTAL 9 A.A.4 Mirpurkhas Umerkot Tharparkar Sanghar TOTAL A.7 Designation of Urban Areas of Sindh Province 3 31 0 129 3 160 1 0 0 1 2 3 3 4 6 16 4 3 4 7 18 24 31 6 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 2 2 4 3 5 5 7 2 2 2 5 3 5 5 37 46 4 1 1 2 1 7 9 8 8 5 11 10 9 10 6 52 62 4 1 2 2 1 6 10 15 10 11 10 11 17 12 12 The Urban areas designated in each district are given below.3 Hyderabad Matiari Tando Muhammad Khan Tando Allahyar Dadu Jamshoro Thatta Badin TOTAL 7 A. 1 Sukkur District a) Sukkur Municipality b) Rohri Municipality Ghotki District a) Ghotki Municipality b) Mirpurmathelo Municipality 12 Tando Allahyar District a) Tando Allahyar Municipality Tando Muhammad Khan District a) Tando M.1 Sukkur Ghotki Khairpur S. Benazirabad Naushehro Feroze TOTAL 10 A. Khan Municipality 2 13 .
10 Additional Marks The candidates who have a certificate of Hafiz-e-Quran on printed form from a registered Maderasah and clear the test of Hifz taken in the University. 9. are also considered to have additional 20 marks to be added to the marks of HSSC. 9. .9 Admission of candidates who fail to deposit the admission fees within due date.8 Rectification of mistakes The admission lists announced by the University are provisional and if any mistake is detected shall be rectified. Shah Municipality Jamshoro District a) Kotri Municipality Thatta District a) Thatta Municipality 5 6 7 Naushehro Feroze District a) Moro Municipality Larkana District a) Larkana Municipality b) Ratodero Municipality c) Naudero Municipality Kamber/Shahdadkot District a) Shahdadkot Municipality b) Kambar Municipality Jacobabad District a) Jacobabad Municipality Kashmore District a) Kandhkot Municipality 16 17 18 Badin District a) Badin Municipality b) Matli Municipality 8 9 19 Mirpur Khas District a) Mirpurkhas Municipality 20 Thar District No urban areas 21 Umerkot District No urban areas 22 Sanghar District a) Sanghar Municipality b) Shahdadpur Municipality c) Tando Adam Municipality d) Sinjhoro Municipality 10 Shikarpur District a) Shikarpur Municipality 11 Hyderabad District a) Hyderabad Municipality b) Tandojam Municipality 9.3 4 Khairpur District a) Khairpur Municipality b) Gambat Municipality c) Pirjogoth Municipality Nawabshah District a) Nawabshah Municipality 14 Matiari District a) Hala Municipality 15 Dadu District a) Dadu Municipality b) Mehar Municipality c) K. If any candidate fails to deposit admission fees within due date and his/her seat is allotted to an other candidate in merit and at later stage if he/she reports for admission he/she may be considered for admission against the left over seats of his/her District/category before the closing date of admission.N.
9. The seats fallen vacant will not be filled-up. who remains absent continuously for three weeks from the date of start of classes of First Term of First Year. 9.16 Transfer on Reciprocal Basis There is a provision for transfer of students admitted in Mehran University with some other institutions of Pakistan as described below: . any change of discipline on merit will be made up to 07 days after the closing date of admission.15 Closing of Admissions The admissions for the session will be made up to the end of FOURTH week from the date of start of Classes.11 Deduction of Marks due to gap in Education In case of a gap or repetition of HSSC/Diploma Examinations. This deduction is applicable whether the HSSC/Diploma examination had been repeated or the gap had occurred owing to any other reason. If a candidate who is selected against the district quota but is not getting the discipline of his/her choice. 9.13 Selection Procedure against various categories All the candidates who have applied for admission against the seats reserved under categories A and C will be considered first for admission against the seats reserved for their respective districts under category-A. for the purpose of determination of merit in each District/Category. the merit will be determined as described below. 9.14 Cancellation of Admission The admission of a student admitted before the start of the classes. his/her seat and discipline of that district may be transferred to the category applied for and he/she will be given priority on merit basis in that category. (b) Any saving from the urban area seats of any district will be given to the rural area of the same district and vice-versa.9.12 Procedure for filling up Seats Following shall be the procedure for admission based on the merit list prepared as stated in Clause 9. After this period no new admissions will be made. 9. One percent of the aggregate marks will be deducted for each gap of one academic year after Matriculation examination from the total marks of the HSSC/Diploma examination or equivalent.4 (a) In each District the rural and urban area seats are filled according to their quota given above. without obtaining permission from Dean Faculty concerned through the Chairman/Director of concerned Department/Institute shall stand cancelled automatically without issuing any notice thereof. However.
the UET Lahore.1. no student of this University shall be allowed to enroll in any other full time or part time courses of studies in any other educational institution without prior permission of the authorities of the University.3 & A. 9. One candidate in Civil Engineering from categories A. A. Peshawar.Three candidates. Similarly.as educational expenses in addition to admission and other normal user charges at the time to admission to Mehran University of Engineering and Technology. 9.19 Identity Card .3 & A.as educational expenses in addition to admission and other normal user charges at the time of admission to NWFP University of Engineering and Technology.18 Admission in any Other Institute Being a full-time program of studies. A.2. 38000/.2. they will be required to submit study leave order and relieving order from their employers for study purpose at the University because the Bachelor’s degree program is a regular full time and day program and no student admitted in this University is allowed to engage himself/herself in any employment during his/her studies. is authorized to nominate Three candidates and UET Taxila is authorized to nominate one candidate for admission in Mehran University in the same branches as mentioned above. Violation of the above may lead to the cancellation of his/her admission. After selection to the First Year Class. The Mehran University authorities will make the final selection for this purpose.4 will be nominated for admission to the University of Engineering & Technology.2. A. The final selection for this purpose will be made by the Mehran University authorities.1. Jamshoro.4 will be nominated for admission in NWFP University of Engineering & Technology. Taxila on reciprocal basis. Three candidates. Similarly the nominees of NWFP University of Engineering and Technology. They will be required to pay Rs. on reciprocal basis.1.4 will be nominated for admission to the University of Engineering and Technology. one in Civil Engineering. 38000/. A. The candidates desiring to be considered for this nomination should give their intent in writing in the admission form. from Categories A.17 NOC and Study Leave Order for Candidates Already in Service The Candidates who are already in service at the time of submission of Admission form should attach NO OBJECTION CERTIFICATE from their employers for their admission. Peshawar on reciprocal basis will be required to pay Rs. A. The candidates desiring to be considered for this nomination should give their intent in writing in the Admission Form. Lahore. two in Chemical Engineering and one in Civil Engineering.3 & A. one in Mechanical Engineering and Third one in Architecture from the categories A. A. CE 1 1 1 CH 2 ME 1 AR 1 TOTAL 3 1 3 UET Lahore UET Taxila NWFP Peshawar 9. Peshawar on reciprocal basis.
00 400. 9. 600. It is necessary for the students to keep their valid identity cards with them while attending the classes.00 50.00 4000.The students. traveling in the point buses or staying on the campus.00 ii) iii) Rs.15..20 Change of Discipline/Technology No student shall be allowed to change his/her discipline/technology after the specified period as mentioned in clause 9. with the appropriate batch subject to application of other relevant rules.00 2400.23 (i) Fees Fees payable at the time of admission a) Admission fee (per year) b) Tuition fee (per year) c) University caution money deposit (refundable) d) Subject society/PERN fee (once) e) Games fee (per year) f) Developmental charges (per year) g) Enrolment fee (Once) h) Marks verification fee (once) i) Transport charges (per year) Total: Rs.00 100. 9.00 1000. will be issued University Identity Cards by the Chairman of the concerned department.00 .00 1800.00 400.00 1000. will be considered for re-admission in the appropriate term where they left their studies. The application for re-admission shall be submitted through the chairman/director of the concerned department/institution to the Dean of the faculty concerned giving the cogent reasons. 9.00 16400.21 Re-admission Policy Those students who are eligible for any term of any year and remained absent from their classes and examinations for any reason. after getting admission at the University.00 100. he/she will not be allowed to appear in the examination of the First Term of the First Year.00 300.00 7000. provided their absence is not of more than two calendar years. Term Examination fees Hostel fees a) b) c) d) e) f) Admission fee (once) Room deposit (refundable) Identity card fee (per year) Room charges (per annum) Medical charges (per annum) Sports charges (per annum) 500.22 Enrolment Card Each student is required to enroll himself/herself in the University after the finalization of the discipline in the First Term of First Year and obtain Enrolment Card accordingly. In case of failure.00 500. by the Re-admission Committee.00 500. 9.
Following rules have been framed for admissions under the self-financing scheme. 9. After the announcement of Third List the saving seats will be filled up on overall open merit basis of the Province of Sindh.00 ______________ Total: Rs.24.4 Available Seats i.24 Admission of candidates domiciled in Sindh Province under Self Financing Scheme at Mehran University of Engineering & Technology.24. ii. 1977. secured at least 55 percent marks in the HSSC (Pre-Engineering) examination for all disciplines and Intermediate (General Science Group for only four disciplines viz.000. Computer Systems Engineering. The other fees will be the same as given above.100. These rules are subject to revision by the competent authorities of the University at any time and without prior notice. 9.4 under Regular Scheme.24. 9. Category-I 1.00 400. appeared in Pre-admission Test and obtained at least 12% marks. 5150.00 Note: The foreign students will be charged Rs.5 under Regular Scheme. produced Domicile and PRC (Form-C) of Sindh Province. 9. 9.00 per year as room charges. Civil Engineering Electrical Engineering .3 Interviews As prescribed in Section 9.24. The admissions will be made on the basis of District quota as per Table-IV.10.1 Eligibility The eligible candidates should have: i.00 1000. g) h) i) Form fee Utility charges (per annum) Transport charges (per year) Admissions under this scheme have been allowed in the University since 1990-91 under relevant provisions of the Mehran University of Engineering and Technology Act. Seats in the following disciplines are reserved under this scheme for eligible candidates subject to the condition that the number of seats under this scheme in any following discipline may not exceed 40 except Environmental Engineering for which only 15 seats are reserved. 2. Electronics Engineering and Telecommunication Engineering) or equivalent as recognized by the University and further explained in Section 9. iii. Software Engineering.2 Pre-admission Test As prescribed in Section 9.2 under Regular scheme. Jamshoro.
3. Other fees as payable under all categories of the Regular Scheme shall also be payable after the admission has been granted to the candidate.000. 2. Distribution of Seats under Self Financing Scheme at Mehran University of Engineering and Technology. 7. in favour of ‘Director Finance. Mechanical. 8. Jamshoro’. Mehran University of Engineering & Technology.000. 4. The draft in original be submitted alongwith the application form. 5. 500000/(Rupees five hundred thousand only).(Rupees three hundred thousand only) in the form of Demand Draft prepared by any branch of Habib Bank Limited.3. The University has also reserved 10 extra seats in each viz. 6. Mechanical Engineering Electronics Engineering Telecommunication Engineering Petroleum & Natural Gas Engineering Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Category-II 1. Jamshoro’.24. . 4. Civil. in favour of ‘Director Finance. Category-II Admission fee of Rs. Electrical. Jamshoro. Mehran University of Engineering & Technology.(Rupees four hundred thousand only) in the form of Demand Draft prepared by any branch of Habib Bank Limited. The draft in original be submitted alongwith the application form. Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering under University Support Preogram (USP) each on payment of Rs.5 University fees Following fees are payable to the University by the candidates applying for admission under self-financing scheme: Category-I Admission fee of Rs.3.00.400. Computer Systems Engineering Software Engineering Industrial Engineering & Management Textile Engineering 9.
Benazirabad Naushahro Feroze Larkana Kambar/Shahdadkot Shikarpur Jacobabad Kashmore A-2 . Khan 14 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 T. Category Description Number of Seats Discipline CE EL ME 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 2 3 2 3 1 1 3 3 3 3 4 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 40 40 at Mehran 4 1 1 1 2 3 3 2 1 2 2 4 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 40 4 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 1 3 3 4 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 40 PG 1 1 3 2 2 1 1 1 2 0 A-1 Sukkur Ghotki Khairpur S. Feroze 15 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 Kambar 13 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 Ghotki 15 1 1 2 1 1 2 0 1 Khairpur 22 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 Jacobabad 13 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 Kashmore 8 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 Shikarpur 12 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 Karachi 10 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 Total 455 40 40 40 40 40 40 15 40 Distribution of Seats for various Districts under Self Financing Scheme University College of Engineering & Technology.B. Abad 15 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 N.District No.Allahyar 13 1 1 1 1 1 2 0 1 Thatta 31 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 2 Badin 31 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 2 Dadu 31 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 2 Umerkot 18 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 Mirpurkhas 27 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 3 Tharparkar 27 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 3 Sanghar 41 3 3 3 4 4 3 1 4 Sukkur 14 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 Larkana 14 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 S. of seats CE EL allocated to each district under Self Financing Scheme ME ES TL PG EE CS SW CH TE IN Hyderabad 41 3 3 3 4 4 3 1 4 Jamshoro 16 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 Matiari 14 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 T.M. Khairpurmirs.
Jamshoro. All the other conditions concerning eligibility and fees as described in sections 9.26 Admission of Candidates from Azad Jammu & Kashmir under Self Financing Scheme at Mehran University of Engineering & Technology. Khan T.4 (maximum 5 seats in each discipline) are reserved for foreign candidates under this scheme who are otherwise eligible for admission. Islamabad.27 Other Information 2 seats 1 seat 1 seat 1 seat 1 seat 1 seat 1 seat 1 seat 1 seat 10 seats . 9. Seats in 12 disciplines as described in Section 9. Allahyar Dadu Jamshoro Thatta Badin Mirpurkhas Umerkot Tharparkar Sanghar Karachi Total: 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 A-4 A-5 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 -----------------------------20 20 20 20 9. Ten seats in the following discipline are reserved for the candidates domiciled in Azad Jammu and Kashmir under this scheme.24. They may apply directly to the University in response to the advertisement. Jamshoro.5 also apply:Civil Engineering Electrical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Telecommunication Engineering Computer System Engineering Software Engineering Environmental Engineering Architecture City & Regional Planning Total: 9.2 and 9. The foreigner students will be required to pay admission fee of US $ 8500 (once only) along with the application form. They will also be charged the usual fees as payable by other students.M.25 Admission of Foreign candidates under Self Financing Scheme at Mehran University of Engineering & Technology.24. The foreign candidates must apply for admission through their Embassies via the Higher Education Commission.A-3 Hyderabad Matiari T.
(foreign candidates may also be considered for admission against this scheme).. The candidates applying under this scheme will also be considered for admission under regular scheme against their districts/categories quota and in case they are selected for admission under both the schemes. payable by the students under Regular Scheme. Metallurgy & Materials Engineering.(once). Admission fee is payable only once in the beginning.(once) and candidates for Category-II will be required to pay Rs. they will be given option for admission under any one scheme. 3.000/. 10. and foreign candidates will be required to pay US $ 4500 (once) for admission under Category-I and US $ 4000 for admission under Category-II at the time of seeking admission under the scheme in addition to other normal fees etc.00. Bio-medical Engineering Scheme and Special Scheme Admission fee will only be allowed through Special Crossing of the Cheque mentioning the name of refundee with Bank Account. The basic requirement for admission will be the same as approved for admission under Regular Scheme. If a candidate opts for admission under the regular scheme. 2. Refund of Self Financing Scheme. Therefore in case of refund of the fee candidates are required to write an application and provide the name of the parent/guardian or self alongwith their bank account number with branch name to whom amount to be refunded. Migration . Mining Engineering City & Regional Planning The admissions under this scheme will be made after the announcement of 2nd list of admission under Regular and Self Financing Scheme for the session. the name of bank and bank branch. All candidates applying under this scheme must have obtained atleast 12% marks in the Pre-Admission Test conducted by the University. 11. In case of saving of seats the same will be filled up on overall open merit basis of the Province of Sindh. SPECIAL SCHEME For this scheme one seat in each discipline as mentioned below has been reserved for each district for the candidates having the Domicile of Sindh Province. the admission fee paid under self financing scheme will be refunded to him/her. Architecture Category-II 1. The candidates shall not be refunded the admission fee once he/she has paid tuition and other fees and obtained receipt and Roll Number. 125. Category-I 1.2. Further local candidates for Category-I will be required to pay Rs. Candidates once admitted under this scheme shall not be allowed to change the discipline except the seats in the desired disciplines are available.000/.
repealing such Regulations framed by the University authorities or otherwise (if any).CRP. Bachelor of City & Regional Planning (B.) of Mehran University of Engineering & Technology. “Director/CoDirector”. Degree Courses Regulations *amended 31st May 2003.) and Bachelor of Architecture (B. Definitions: . “Pro Vice Chancellor” “Dean”. Short Title: . as provided under Section 47 (1) (a) of the Act: 1977.These Regulations shall be deemed to have come into force with effect from 31st May 2003.to the Mehran University. (iv)“Term Examination” means Final Examination held at the end of the Term. Commencement: .) and Bachelor of Architecture (B. Failure students shall not be eligible for admission. (iii) “Term” means a period of 22 weeks out of an academic year for teaching and evaluation and/or guidance of the students of the University. 3. Architecture and Planning Degree Course Statutes 1992.E. (v) “Vice Chancellor”. REGULATIONS FOR TERM SYSTEM 12.500. unless otherwise stated:(i) “University” means the Mehran University of Engineering & Technology. “Teacher” and “Controller of Examinations” 2.CRP.).These Regulations may be called Mehran University of Engineering & Technology.In these Regulations.Arch. The decision of the University is final and binding in this regard. Migration is not allowed to the students admitted on reciprocal basis. 700. Regulations regarding the courses of Studies under Term System and Examinations under External Examiners System for the degree of Bachelor of Engineering (B. The migration of the local students would be allowed on the payment of Rs.Arch. “Chairman”. These Regulations shall be subject to Mehran University of Engineering and Technology General Scheme of studies for Bachelor of Engineering. 4.000. 1. while foreigner students would be required to pay Rs. Bachelor of City & Regional Planning (B. (ii) “Academic Year” means the Academic Year of the University. Migration to and from any other University shall not be allowed in the first and final years.as migration fee and submit the No Objection Certificate (NOC) of the nominating agency. .).E.).000. Bachelor of Engineering (B. Migration is allowed only in the cases of extreme hardship for the students or if it is considered in the best interest of the University by the competent authority.
91.E.CRP. 2004. a) Duration of Terms & Years First Year. Total marks for each Term shall be 500-800. the Chairman of the concerned Teaching Department.CRP.). The courses of study: The courses of studies for the degree of Bachelor of Engineering (B.) each shall be of ONE Year duration (Total 5 years) and each year shall comprise Two Terms. Second Year. or at least Senior Graduates of Public/Private organizations with minimum 15 years professional experience holding senior executive post in the relevant discipline. . The duration of each term shall be 22 weeks distributed as 16 weeks of actual teaching & 02 weeks for preparation leave for examinations and 04 weeks for conduct of examinations and compilation of results. the Director/Co-Director of the concerned Institute. There shall be a break of at least one week between two terms.21 dated 7th February.E.). Fourth Year and Fifth Year for the degree of Bachelor of Architecture (B.D. Third Year. Bachelor of City & Regional Planning (B. 5. Second Year. who is neither a Teacher in the University nor has taught the subject(s) to the class/section during the Academic Year for which the examination is being conducted and is appointed by the competent authority from Public and Private chartered Universities/Organizations from Sindh Region or otherwise from various provinces of Pakistan if expertise are not available in the field from Sindh Region. the Dean of the concerned Faculty. which follow.) shall be as given in the Regulations.1 (g) dated 28th January. First Year. * Amended by the Academic Council vide Resolution No.Arch. b) c) d) 7. Third Year and Fourth Year for the degree of Bachelor of Engineering (B. who has been teaching the subject to the regular class/section during the academic year for which the examination is being conducted. provided that these Regulations shall be subject to change as approved by the Academic Council of the University from time to time. 58.means respectively the Vice Chancellor.) each shall be of ONE Year duration (Total 4 Years) and each year shall comprise Two Terms. (vi)“Internal Examiner” means the teacher/person appointed by the competent authority.) and Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch. the Pro Vice Chancellor. MarksEach Degree Program shall carry a number of approved courses and each course shall be assigned a number of marks. the Teacher and the Controller of Examinations of the University. 6. 2004 and approved by the Syndicate vide Resolution No. (vii)“External Examiner” means a person holding Master’s Degree or Ph. Bachelor of City & Regional Planning (B.
75% attendance (minimum) and Appearance in Term Examination. 8./B. which will assess the progress of the students during the term. Term Requirements:- The minimum requirement for each Term course shall be as follows: (i) (ii) (iii) 10. shall be 6500-7000. Work Term Examination Total: (c) PRACTICAL/ STUDIO WORK (For Architecture) MARKS(150) MARKS (200) .whereas total marks for all 8 terms of B. assignment and laboratory work.E. Departmental Committee:Each Institute/Department concerned will have a Departmental Committee consisting of three senior most teachers of the Institute/Department including the Director/Co-Director/Chairman. Sessional Work consisting of class tests. Distribution of marks:The distribution of Marks for each Theory and Practical course in a Term will be as follows: (a-i) THEORY (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) Attendance Class tests (MCQ Types) Assignment Term Examination Total: MARKS (100) 10 05 05 80 100 MARKS (50) 05 03 02 40 50 MARKS (100) 10 30 60 100 (a-ii) THEORY (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) Attendance Class tests (MCQ Types) Assignment Term Examination Total: (b) PRACTICAL (i) (ii) (iii) MARKS (50) 05 15 30 50 Attendance Evaluation of Lab.CRP shall be 5000-5500 and for all 10 terms of B.Arch. 9.
Total Marks Sessional Marks of Subject. 2004 and approved by the Syndicate vide Resolution No. Marks (200) (400) (a) (b) Sessional Work Thesis/Project Evaluation & Viva Voce Examination Total: 50 150 200 100 300 400 (ii) In case of “Research & Development Project-I & II” in the 9th & 10th Terms of Architecture. 2004. Marks (250) 50 Marks 200 Marks 250 Marks Max. 50 05 15 2. Work/ Studio Work 1. the distribution of marks shall be as follows: Research & Development Project-I (a) (b) Sessional Work Project Evaluation & Viva-Voce Examination Total: Max. 150 15 45 4. Marks (500) Research & Development Project-II (a) (b) Sessional Work 100 Marks Project Evaluation & 400 Marks Viva-Voce Examination Total: 500 Marks -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------* Amended by the Academic Council vide Resolution No.(i) (ii) (iii) Attendance Studio Work Term Examination Total: 15 45 90 150 OF MARKS 20 60 120 200 FOR PRACTICAL (d) MODULE OF BIFURCATION EXAMINATION. 100 10 30 3. 91. S.1 (g) dated 28th January. 200 20 60 Term Examination Conduct of Practical/ Viva*Objective Test/Design Voce/ Presentation Jury 15 30 45 60 15 30 45 60 (e) (i) PROJECT/THESIS In the case of the course “Project/Thesis” in the 8th Term of Bachelor of Engineering “Research Project” in the 7th Term and “Design Project” in the 8th Term of Bachelor of City & Regional Planning. Marks Max. . the distribution of Marks shall be as follows. Attendance Evaluation of Lab.#. Max.21 dated 7th February. 58.
100% 86% --------. FOR A THEORY HEAD OF 4C.NO.94% 81% --------. 100 MARKS S.e. maximum 10% condonation in attendance shall be the discretionary powers of the Pro Vice Chancellor on the basis of an application to be scrutinized by Director. The distribution of marks for attended lectures by the students shall be as under: A. i. 01 02 NO. Co-Director / Chairman concerned and routed through respective Dean of Faculty. Attendance Marks 95% --------. PROJECT/THESIS MARKS. The attendance of newly admitted students of First Term of First Year Theory/Practical be calculated from the last changed discipline to determine the eligibility of the students to appear in the First Term Examination. OF LECTURES ATTENDED 51 47 ----52 50 MARKS TO BE AWARDED 10 09 .85% 75% --------. Total Project Marks Max. In genuine cases.80% Below 75% 11. (i) TABLE FOR BREAK-UP OF SESSIONAL MARKS OF PROJECT/THESIS. so as to be eligible to appear in the Term Examination. 200 250 400 500 50 50 100 100 TOTAL PROJECT MARKS TOTAL SESSIONAL MARKS Sessional Marks Break-up (to be awarded by the Supervisor) (i) Attendance (ii) Contribution in Project (iii) Internal Viva/Jury Total: 20 15 15 50 20 15 15 50 40 30 30 100 50 25 25 100 (ii) TABLE FOR DISTRIBUTION OF ATTENDANCE MARKS.(f) BREAK-UP OF SESSIONAL WORK TO BE AWARDED BY THE SUPERVISOR. DISTRIBUTION OF ATTENDANCE MARKS (ii) (iii) 12. (i) 200 20 20 18 16 14 00 250 20 20 18 16 14 00 400 40 40 36 32 28 00 500 50 50 45 40 35 00 ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENT A student must have at least 75% average attendance.H.
H.NO.H. 50 MARKS . i.H. 95% -86% -81% -75% -BELOW 75% 100% 94% 85% 80% FOR A THEORY HEAD OF 2C. S.e. OF LECTURES ATTENDED 25 --26 22 --24 19 --21 BELOW 19 MARKS TO BE AWARDED 05 04 03 00 C.03 04 05 B. 01 02 03 04 05 Percentage of Lectures attended 95% --100% 86% --94% 81% --85% 75% --80% BELOW 75% MARKS TO BE AWARDED 10 09 08 07 00 D.NO. 43 --46 39 --42 BELOW 39 08 07 00 FOR A THEORY HEAD OF 2C. i. 50 MARKS S. 100 MARKS Percentage of Lectures attended MARKS TO BE AWARDED 10 09 08 07 00 01 02 03 04 05 F.e. i. i. 50 MARKS S. FOR A PRACTICAL HEAD OF 2C.e.e.NO.NO. E.e.H. FOR A PRACTICAL HEAD OF 4C. 01 02 03 04 NO. 01 02 03 04 Percentage of Lectures attended 90% --100% 80% --89% 75% --79% BELOW 75% MARKS TO BE AWARDED 05 04 03 00 APPLICABLE TO LATE ADMITTED STUDENTS OF FIRST TERM OF FIRST YEAR. 100 MARKS S. FOR A THEORY HEAD OF 4C. i.H.
At the end of each Term. sessional work and lab. The entire record of evaluated class tests shall be submitted by the concerned subject teacher to Examinations Department at the time of submission of sessional marks.NO. The cumulative result (including all the marks of attendance. the marks of attendance. work secured by a student in Theory and Practical of the concerned subject shall be announced by the concerned subject teacher by displaying on the Notice Board. class tests. who after retaining one copy for his/her office record. shall forward the remaining three copies to the Controller of Examinations before the commencement of the Term Examination.S. SETTING OF QUESTION PAPER/ASSESSMENT OF SCRIPTS AND CONDUCT OF PRACTICAL EXAMINATION (b) ( c) (d) (e) 14. Percentage of Lectures attended MARKS TO BE AWARDED 05 04 03 00 01 02 03 04 13. The mode for setting of question papers (Theory/Practical) and assessment of scripts for Theory Examination as well as conduct of Practical Examination shall be as under: (a) SETTING OF QUESTION PAPER THEORY (i) The Internal and External Examiners of both Theory and Practical in Regular /Supplementary Examinations shall be appointed by the ViceChancellor on the proposal of the Departmental Committee and . The teacher concerned at the end of each term shall finally prepare four copies of the sessional marks of each course (attendance. The result of each subject of the Term Examination shall be prepared in TRIPLICATE by Internal/External Examiners separately which will be forwarded to the Controller of Examinations in the sealed envelopes. class tests and laboratory work) separately on the prescribed proforma and forward the same to the Director/CoDirector/Chairman of the concerned Institute/Department for countersignature. Work and Term Examination) of each term of a year shall be announced by the Controller of Examinations. 90% -100% 80% -89% 75% -79% BELOW 75% CONDUCT OF SESSIONAL WORK/TERM EXAMINATION The procedure for conducting the sessional work/term examination and declaration of results shall be as follows: (a) 10/5 marks of assignment for subjects carrying 100/50 marks shall be awarded by the teacher concerned after conducting 3/2 class tests (MCQ Types) and 2/1 best of 3/2 class tests shall be counted towards award of 10/5 marks. lab.
In specific cases. 2004. 2003 and approved by the Syndicate vide Resolution No. Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs). 57. Definition of Technical Terms. the question paper set by the Internal Examiner shall be deemed final subject to approval of the Vice-Chancellor/Dean of concerned Faculty. along with a copy of syllabus in Sealed Envelope by the Controller of Examinations. Five (05) out of Eight (08) questions to be solved by the students. Drawing Skill Oriented Questions and Interpretation of Diagrams. (ii) The following applicable Guideline Parameters shall be included by the Examiners for setting of objective type Question Papers: Fill in the Blanks. and 60 for question papers carrying 10. The Internal Examiner will set question paper four weeks before the commencement of Term Examination. who shall set the final question paper *within minimum limit of 25% and maximum limit of 50% moderation/change of the total number of questions. if the question paper is not submitted by the External Examiner two days before the date of commencement of Term Examination. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------* Amended by the Academic Council vide Resolution No. 50. 91. (iii) (iv) PRACTICAL The Objective Type Question Paper of Practical Examination shall be set in duplicate first by Internal Examiner and thereafter the same shall be got moderated by External Examiner concerned as per procedure already applicable for Theory Examination. (ii) The Internal Examiner for the Theory paper will set the Question Paper in duplicate which shall be sent to the External Examiner. Both the examiners will send the award lists (in triplicate) to the Controller of Examinations separately. 40. The choice of attempting the questions shall be limited to a maximum of 60% i. 20. ASSESSMENT OF SCRIPTS (i) The scripts of Theory Examination shall be sent to the concerned External Examiner first and thereafter the scripts shall be assessed by the respective Internal Examiner. respectively. True or False.27 dated 7th February.recommendations of the Board of Studies of the concerned Institute/Department through Dean of concerned Faculty who will recommend the Panel of Examiners to the Controller of Examinations. The question paper shall comprise various sections in exceptional cases determinable as per nature of the course. (iii) The duration for conduct of Objective Type Test shall be Minimum 30 Minutes and Maximum One hour and total number of questions to be set as per part (ii) above shall be 30. 30 and 40 marks.7 dated 13th December. (i) (b) .e.
Prior to sending ledgers of the results of Regular/Supplementary Examination of B. the overall tabulated and checked ledgers shall be perused and scanned by the Dean of concerned Faculty and the Chairman/Director . would at random re-assess at least 15% of the scripts and in case gross discrepancy is detected. (ii) . for reasons of checking the quality and consistency of assessment of scripts.E.(ii) The average of the marks of the Internal & External Examiners shall be awarded to the candidates. The Signature sheets of Examinees for conduct of Objective Type Test and VivaVoce/Jury shall be maintained separately and the same shall be submitted to the Examinations Department for office record by the Examiners. Co-Director of the concerned Department/Institute and the concerned Senior teacher of the subject. the same alternate arrangements be made in case the concerned subject Teacher/Internal Examiner is not available in exceptional case due to some serious problem. CONDUCT OF PRACTICAL EXAMINATION (i) The Objective Type Test. the matter shall be referred to the Dean of the concerned Faculty for final decision. to the Vice-Chancellor for his signature. 1 is not available on the Scheduled date(s) of the examination the External Examiner No.Co-Director of concerned Department/Institute./B. who if necessary. The award lists signed by the both Examiners shall be submitted in triplicate under sealed cover to the Controller of Examinations alongwith assessed scripts of Objective Type Tests and Practical Examination. In case the variation in the award of marks of Internal & External Examiners exceeds 20% of the marks assigned to the Term Examination. The Director/Chairman of the Directorate/Department or his/her nominee having expertise with related subject shall act as an alternate External Examiner No./B. However. the Committee shall be empowered to take appropriate action with approval of the Vice-Chancellor. The Internal Examiner as well as External Examiner shall both submit separate report under sealed confidential cover to the Controller of Examinations of the University regarding the standard of the examination taken by them. In case External Examiner No. Practicals and Viva-Voce Examinations shall be conducted jointly by the Internal & External Examiners appointed by the Vice-Chancellor. (c) (ii) (iii) (iv) (d) SCANNING OF RESULTS (i) A Committee comprising of the Dean of the concerned Faculty.1 and 2 are not available on the scheduled dates(s).Arch. the Chairman/Director.CRP. 2 shall be contacted and called for examination.
He/she has submitted his/her Examination form duly filled-in completely along with the prescribed fee to the Controller of Examinations within the due date announced by the University. APPEARANCE IN THE TERM EXAMINATION The Term Examination will be open to the student who full-fills the following conditions: a) During the Term immediately preceding the examination.CRP. he/she has been on the roll list of the concerned Institute/Department of the concerned Faculty.E. b) c) He/she is not debarred from taking the examination. (i) (ii) . (A Theory or Practical would be treated as separate Heads). with minimum 50% aggregate marks shall be declared “PASS”.ARCH. Attendance certificate to the effect that the student has achieved minimum prescribed 75% attendance. he/she shall be promoted but must improve the Heads of his/her choice to secure at least 50% aggregate marks. If any student is not able to get 50% aggregate marks even after having passed all the Heads. PASSING AN EXAMINATION A candidate having passed all the Heads of 1st and 2nd Term of 1st to Final Year B. with a minimum 40% in Theory and 50% in Practical shall be declared “PASS” or otherwise.CRP.15./B./B. The pass percentage for Project/Thesis and Research & Development Project in the Final Year shall be 50%. (A Theory or Practical would be treated as separate Heads). He/she shall be allowed to re-appear in the failing Head(s) in the next examination./B. PROMOTION TO NEXT HIGHER TERM A student shall be promoted to the next higher term provided he/she has completed minimum attendance requirements and filled-up the examination form of regular examination and has also appeared in at least one of the Heads of the examination. A student shall be promoted to Second Year (Third Term) only if he/she has cleared at least 50% Heads (including minimum of 02 Theory papers of 1st Term of First Year) in First Term Regular Examination. (i) Good character certificate./B. He/she has produced the following certificates duly signed by the Director.E. Benefit of the fraction will be given to the student. Photo state copy of Enrolment Card. (i) (ii) (iii) d) 16. A candidate having passed all the Heads of Both Terms from 1st to Final Year B. A student failing in any or all Heads of a Term Examination shall be declared to have failed in the examination.ARCH. if otherwise eligible as per rules. CoDirector/Chairman of the Institute/Department concerned. (ii) (iii) 17.
E.ARCH.Tech. 10% 20% 30% 40% --B.E. (Pass) shall be awarded adjusted marks of the exempted subjects of B.Sc (Industrial Technology/B. 10% 15% 15% 20% 40% First Year Second Year Third Year Fourth Year/Final Year Fifth Year/Final Year The weightage mentioned above will be based on the %age of marks secured by the student in each year. with year-wise weightage as under: YEAR B. and Five Years in B.CRP.Sc (Industrial Technology)/B. (iv) (v) 18. (ii) A candidate who fulfills all the requirement for the B. and B. and secures 60% or more marks Regular/Supplementary Examinations as mentioned above shall be in FIRST DIVISION and if secures 50% or above marks shall SECOND DIVISION. & B. a student shall be promoted to 5th Year (9th Term) only if he/she has cleared all Heads of First Year and Second Year and has also cleared 50% Heads (including minimum 5 Theory Papers) of Third Year prior to start of classes of Ninth Term. (a) The students admitted directly in Second Year (01-Batch & onwards) at this University on the basis of B.(iii) A student shall be promoted to Third Year (5th Term) only if he/she has cleared at least 50% Heads (including a minimum of 5 Theory Papers) of First Year prior to start of classes of Fifth Term. The adjusted marks shall be determined by the following committee and entered in the Examination record alongwith the marks obtained in the additional subjects for calculation of the weightage percentage. (iv) .CRP.Tech.ARCH. Degree of in all the declared pass be placed in (iii) In the University Pass Certificate/Transcript. Benefit of the fraction will be given to the student. Benefit of the fraction will be given to the student.CRP. (i) above in the ratio of marks obtained from First to Final Year Regular/Supplementary Examinations. In case of Bachelor of Architecture. a foot note shall be added that Division has been awarded on Year-wise weightage as per 18.ARCH./B.E./B. (i) DIVISION The award of Division in the Degree to the candidates of Batch 2000-2001(01) and onwards shall be made on the basis of Four Years performance in B. A student will be promoted to Fourth Year (7th Term) only if he/she has cleared all Heads of First Year (First and Second Terms) and has also cleared 50% Heads (including minimum Five Theory Papers) of Second Year prior to start of classes of Seventh Term. Benefit of the fraction will be given to the student. (Pass).
The candidates having declared pass in 1st attempt with admissible grace marks as per rules are also eligible for the award of said three Merit Positions (applicable from 01-Batch and onwards).) or Bachelor of Architecture (B. have appeared in the determined additional subjects and cleared the same at this University in First chance. 2. Faculty Position in Architecture and City & Regional Planning shall be awarded to a candidate from amongst the 1st Position Holders of appropriate batches of Architecture and City & Regional Planning who receive the degree in the same year and secures the highest weighted %age marks as per criteria prescribed in 18 (i). 21. (Pass)/Migration shall also be considered for award of merit positions if they have cleared all the exempted subjects in 1st attempt at their respective Institution.Tech. 3.Co-Director. AWARD OF GRACE MARKS . Controller of Examinations (Conduct) Convenor Member Member Secretary The above methodology shall also be applicable for the students admitted directly in Second/Third year at this University on migration from any other Institution recognized by Higher Education Commission. and 08 (eight) Calendar years for B. AWARD OF DEGREE A student shall be awarded degree of Bachelor of Engineering (B. (a) (ii) (b) AWARD OF THREE MERIT POSITIONS (i) Three Merit Positions shall be awarded in each discipline on the highest percentage of marks based on weightage as prescribed in 18 (i) in all Regular Examinations First to Final Year (1st attempt ). (ii) 20. and B. AWARD OF FACULTY POSITION (i) Faculty Position in Engineering shall be awarded to a candidate from amongst the 1st Position Holders of each discipline who secures the highest weighted %age marks as per criteria prescribed in clause 18 (i).CRP.1. of the concerned Department/Institute The Controller of Examinations The Dy. 19.E.) only after he/she has passed the examinations and cleared all the Heads of all the Terms within the maximum period of 07 (seven) Calendar years for B.CRP.Arch.E. The students who are directely admitted in Second/Third Year at this University on the basis of B.Arch.Sc (Industrial Technology)/B.) or Bachelor of City & Regional Planning (B. (b) The Dean of the Faculty concerned The Chairman/Director. 4.
the benefit of grace marks mentioned above shall be allowed optional and as such the concerned candidate(s) shall be allowed the chance ONCE to re-appear in the condoned subject(s) by declaring Fail in such subject(s). shall be held after the completion of 9th & 10th Terms respectively. which should be decided on the student’s degree of involvement and contribution in the project. at least one Senior Teacher. 22. The option once exercised shall be deemed as final. the concerned teacher of the project together with at least one External Examiner shall constitute the Jury. but for this benefit. would have failed in the examination. the candidate(s) shall have to deposit the prescribed fee for permission along with his/her option in addition to examination fee as admissible under the rules. Accordingly.Arch. However. (ii) The benefit of grace marks of up to 05 marks. The Director. The comprehensive Viva-Voce/Jury of the Research and Development Project-I and II (thesis) for B. In such cases. (i) COMPREHENSIVE VIVA-VOCE/JURY EXAMINATION The comprehensive Viva-Voce of Term Examination of the Project(s)/Thesis work shall be held after the completion of the 8th Term of B. the External Examiner and the Director. Co-Director/Chairman concerned will each award out of 50 marks. The Internal Examiner. These marks shall not be added physically. but for this benefit. the concerned teacher of the Project together with the External Examiner shall constitute the Viva-Voce Committee.E. Co-Director/Chairman of the concerned Institute/Department. These marks may be distributed over the various Heads of passing and shall not be added physically. The Chairman of the department. the concerned candidate shall have to submit such option in writing through the Director. Thesis Evaluation and Viva-Voce shall be out of 150 marks. and 7th & 8th Terms of B. (ii) (iii) (iv) b . However. if the candidate(s) who is/are allowed such optional permission fails to pass the concerned subject(s) after re-appearing in the examination. will be given to a candidate who. The distribution shall be as under. Thesis marks will be sent to the office of the Controller of Examinations in separate sealed envelopes. Sessional marks out of 50 shall be given solely by the Supervisor concerned only. would have been placed in lower Division in the examination.(i) The benefit of grace marks of up to 05 marks in each Term will be given to a candidate who has taken the examination and who.CRP. Co-Director/Chairman of the Institute/Department. a. he/she will retain his/her previous result.
AS AMENDED UPTO 06. the External Examiner will award out of 100 marks. The Regulations regarding the conduct and discipline of students of Mehran University of Engineering and Technology. 13. STUDENTS CONDUCT AND DISCIPLINE REGULATIONS. MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION Instructions in all courses and laboratories are carried out in English Language. 27. 1977. (v) A student who has failed in the Viva-Voce/Jury shall be given the benefit of appearing again in the same examination only ONCE.1 Short Title These Regulations may be called the Mehran University of Engineering & Technology Students Conduct and Discipline Regulations. FINAL AWARD The final award once received by the office of the Controller of Examinations shall not be liable to a subsequent change. unless specified. and shall apply to all the students of the University. 13.1986 and further amended on 06. through the Director. 25. 23. Centre of Excellence and the Colleges/Institutes constituted/affiliated to the University. except with the permission of the Vice-Chancellor.9. TIME FOR CHECKING SCRIPTS The time limit for checking the answer scripts shall be 20 Scripts per day plus one week.2006. 1978 as amended upto 6. MODIFICATION OF REGULATIONS These regulations are subject to modification by the competent University authorities as may be felt appropriate from time to time.07.2006 are given below: 13. under section 47(1) of the Act. In case of Director.07. 1978. Co-Director/Chairman of the concerned Institute/Department within two weeks from the date of announcement of result. as amended on 17.3 Definitions . RETOTALLING OF MARKS Re-totaling of the marks shall be done on payment of prescribed fee per paper for a candidate who submits an application to the Controller of Examinations. 26. 13.7. 24. Co-Director/Chairman being Internal Examiner..2 Commencement and Applications These Regulations shall come into force with immediate effect.2006.
Games Incharge. “Dean”. “Vice-Chancellor” means the Vice-Chancellor of the University. Director Students’ Affairs. “Teacher Incharge of the Class”. Khairpur Mirs “Campus” means all areas and building structures including Academic Block/teaching departments. and “Principal”/”Director” of the Constituted/Affiliated College/Institute/Center of Excellence. “Games Incharge”. “Warden”. hostels or halls of residence of students. “Discipline Committee” means the Discipline Committee of the University constituted under the First Statutes appended to Mehran University Act. buildings or facilities created within the specified boundary of the University and likewise areas of affiliated/constituted colleges/Institutes/Center of Excellence. He/She must be loyal to his/her country and refrain from doing any thing which might lower its honour and prestige.4 (a) Every student shall observe the following: He/She must be faithful in his/her religious duties and respect the convictions of other in matters of religion and customs. Mehran University of Engineering & Technology. Provost. Deputy Provost. “Provost”. Administration Block. “Officer Incharge of Students Affairs”. Students Welfare Officer. Teacher Incharge of the class. Warden. unless otherwise expressly stated: (i) “University” means the Mehran University of Engineering and Technology at Jamshoro. He/She shall be truthful and honest in his/her dealings with all people. and/or constituted separately for the constituent or affiliated colleges/Institutes/Center of Excellence by the Governing Body or management of that college/Institute/Center of Excellence with the approval of the Vice-Chancellor. “College” means the Mehran University College of Engineering and Technology. Students Advisor appointed as such by the competent authority and mutatis-mutandis officers/teachers in the affiliated college/Institute/Center of excellence. 1977. “Director Sports”. sports grounds-gymnasium and any staff residential area. means the Dean. “Deputy Provost”. Director Sports. Workshop Superintendent. (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) 13. (b) ( c) . recreational areas for students and staff and any other such areas. respectively. Director of Teaching Institute/Chairman of a Teaching Department. “Workshop Superintendent”.In these Regulations. “Director of an Institute/Chairman of the Department”. “Syndicate” means the Syndicate of the University.
Consume alcholic liquor or other intoxicating drugs within the University /College or during the instructional. Indulge into activities against the Islamic and Pakistan Ideology or national solidarity. prompting or involving violence or hatred or contempt. or cause by any means any disturbance in examinations including harassment of any teacher or other staff member or staging of walkout/boycott by himself/herself or by forcing others to do so or appear in examination in place of a bonafide eligible candidate or manage an outsider for impersonation or take unauthorizedly the whole or part of answer book/script out of an (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) . the weak and the helpless. He/She must observe thrift and protect property. Organize or take part in any function within the University/College. Affiliate himself/herself with any political party or group and organize or take part in holding political gatherings and invite any politician.(d) He/She must respect the elders and be polite to all specially to the women. (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) 13. examination hall or convocation hall and during any academic functions. the children. Indulge into activities promoting. instructions. He/She shall help his/her fellow beings specially those in distress. Copy or help others in copying in examination. and anti social elements in the University/College. library. laboratory. He/She must devote himself/herself faithfully to his/her studies and obey and follow the rules. organize any club or society of students without permission of the University authorities. expelled or rusticated or debarred students. Use pressure tactics or political or personal influence in seeking academic concessions or financial benefits or in other matters concerning academic and administrative functions of the University authorities. sports and habits. He/She must keep his/her mind clean and be clean in speech.5 No student shall: (a) Smoke in his/her class room. guide lines issued by the University authorities from time to time. the old people. workshop. He/She must respect his/her teachers and others in authority in the University/College. sports or cultural tours or survey camps or enter any such place or attend any such tour or camp while under the influence of such intoxicants.
6 The teachers and officers of the University/College or committees formed under them for the purpose and others concerned with the students in the University/College are responsible for the maintenance of discipline and order among the students. Use or occupy fully or partially any room or any building of the University/College un-authorizedly. (i) Any one or more of the penalties mentioned in Regulation 10 may be imposed on a student who is guilty of one or more of the following acts: 13. Stage. or participate in or abet any walk-out. keep or use any kind of weapon or fire arms within the University/College. demonstrate indecent or immoral gestures/attitude towards girl/boy students on the University/College. Abuse/violate IT policies framed or to be framed from time to time. Organize or take part in procession or meeting within the University/College. and in other case. incite. shall deal with the case himself/herself as he/she may be competent as provided under the Regulation 10 below. or use mobile phone with built-in camera and digital dictionary within the Academic and Examination buildings of the University/College. phone during (k) (l) (m) (n) (o) (p) Tease the girl/boy students. and for dealing with any disorderly behaviour promptly in the manner prescribed by these regulations. he/she shall inform and recommend the case to the higher authorities/bodies for necessary action as prescribed. prejudicial to the peaceful atmosphere of the University. Collect any money or receive donations or pecuniary assistance for or on behalf of the University or any organization except with the written permission of the Vice-Chancellor or any other person authorized by him in this regard. A teacher or an officer in whose presence or in relation to whom an act of indiscipline is committed or who obtains knowledge of such an act on report or otherwise.examination premises or tear scripts or any part thereof or indulge in substitution of Answer Books or influence any employee to indulge in any malpractices.8 13. strike. use mobile examination/class/practical or in the Library. The Discipline Committee shall deal with serious cases of indiscipline requiring such actions as prescribed by Regulation 10. keep. (i) . Bring.9 . (j) Bring. Snatch mobile phones. while under their charge. (q) 13. or any other form of agitation against the University/College or its teachers or officers.7 13.
or willfully damages University/College property or the property of a fellow student or any teacher or any employee of the University/College.10 The penalties which may be imposed and the authority or authorities competent to impose each kind of penalty are specified below: PENALTY AN OFFICER OR AUTHORITY COMPETENT TO IMPOSE THE PENALTY Class Teacher/ Workshop Instructor (a) (i) Exclusion from class room/Laboratory/ Field work/workshop upto four classes from his/her own classes.(a) commits breach of any of the clauses specified in Regulations 4 or 5 above. Any one or more of the penalties mentioned in Regulation 10 may be imposed on a student who is guilty of one or more of the above acts/charges. fines or other dues leviable under the University Regulations. or uses indecent language. or disobeys the lawful order of a teacher or other person in authority in the University. wears immodest dress. or does not comply with the Regulations relating to the residence in the hostels or halls of residences. makes indecent remarks or gestures or behaves in a disorderly manner. or commits any criminal.. 13. or does not pay the fees. immoral or dishonourable act (whether committed within the University/College or otherwise) which brings bad name to the University/College. 500/- (ii) (b) -doGames Incharge Exclusion from the games or the field for the day. or habitually neglects his/her work or habitually absents himself/herself from the class without reasonable cause. . Impose fine upto Rs. (b) ( c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (ii) The penalty or penalties imposed shall be appropriate and proportional to the nature and gravity of the above act or acts.
(f) Fine not exceeding Rs.000/- -do- (iii) Vice-chancellor on the recommendations of the Discipline Committee.10. or debarring from appearing in any examination or part there-of. 1000/- Teacher/Officer Incharge Chairman of the Teaching Department/ Director of the Teaching Institute.(c) Exclusion from Instructional or sports tour or survey camp. (g) Fine not exceeding Rs. Vice-Chancellor on the recommendations of the Discipline Committee (i) With-holding of issue of character certificate (j) Cancellation of examination or part there-of. (i) Exclusion from the department/ Institute for a period not exceeding one week.5000/- (h) (i) Fine not exceeding Rs. 20. Chairman of the Teaching Department/ Director of the Teaching Institute. . -doDean of the concerned Faculty /Principal of the College on the recommendations of the concerned Departmental Committee (d) (ii) (e) Exclusion from the Department/Institute for a period not exceeding two weeks. Impose fine upto Rs. Vice-chancellor on the Recommendations of the Dean concerned and concerned Departmental Committee.000/- (ii) Exclusion from the department/Institute for a period not exceeding 3 weeks Fine upto Rs.500/- Teacher Incharge. or Superintendent of Workshop Dean of the Faculty Concerned/Principal of the College on the recommendation of the Concerned Departmental Committee.
Provided that the superior authorities shall be equally competent to impose lighter penalties with the competence of inferior authorities as prescribed above. Provided that when a penalty has been imposed by the Syndicate. an application for review can be made to the Syndicate. provided that where the penalty has been imposed by the Vice-Chancellor.12 (i) An appeal against imposition of the penalties shall lie with the ViceChancellor. Rustication/expulsion from the University for a period exceeding one year. himself. 13. Vice-Chancellor on the recommendations of the Dean of the Faculty concerned/Principal of the College.(k) Cancellation of remission of fee or University Scholarship. Dean/Principal of the concerned Faculty on the recommendations of the Departmental Committee. Syndicate on the Recommendations of the Discipline Committee. provided that the Vice-Chancellor may for valid reasons condone delay in any individual case. Vice-Chancellor on the recommendations of the Discipline Committee Syndicate on the recommendations of the Discipline Committee. . Vice-Chancellor on the recommendations of the Executive Committee of the University Sports Board. (ii) No appeal by a student under these Regulations shall be entertained unless it is presented within two weeks from the date on which the decision is communicated to him/her. an appeal shall lie with the Syndicate. (o) (p) (q) With-holding issuance of any degree. (l) Suspension or removal from position of authority in the University Sports. Cancellation of admission from the University.11 No student shall be rusticated or expelled from the University unless he/she has been allowed a reasonable chance of defending the accusation against him/her provided that if the competent authority is satisfied it may take such an action under emergency to avoid any grave consequences. Syndicate on the recommendations of the Discipline Committee. (n) Rustication/Expulsion from the University for a period not exceeding one year. (m) Suspension of admission from the University for a period specified or unspecified pending the final decision. 13.
13. caused by willful act or gross negligence of the student and if the student does not pay such compensation within a reasonable time. competent authority. as the case may be. .13 The Vice-Chancellor or any teacher or officer duly authorized by the ViceChancellor/Principal/Director of the Constituted/ Affiliated Colleges/Institutes/Center of Excellence may direct a student to pay compensation for any loss or damage to property belonging to the University or to fellow student or to an employee of the University/Colelge. may take suitable action against him/her for indiscipline and impose upon him/her any of the penalties prescribed by Regulation 10 above.
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